2020: Dacia recalls

Three recalls for three Dacia models in 2020


In 2020, Dacia announced three recalls for three models through the EU Rapex system.

Incorrectly assembled brake pads can cause ESP performance problems with Logan MCVs manufactured in early summer 2020. With Logans equipped with the H4Bt engine and manufactured before July 26, 2019, the battery’s positive terminal can come into contact with the heat sink on the alternator. This can lead to an electrical short circuit and increased risk of fire in the engine compartment. Dacia reports the same problem with the Sandero model.

With Dusters manufactured between November 2018 and October 2019, the rear seat frame may not be strong enough. In the event of an accident, it will not be able to hold the luggage in the boot.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



Dacia recalls in 2020 by model

Duster

PublishedIssue
Dacia Duster (2018 – 2019)29. 03. 2020The frame of the rear seat may not be sufficiently strong. As a result, it will not be able to hold ... .

All Duster’s recalls

Logan

PublishedIssue
Dacia Logan MCV II (2020)21. 12. 2020The brake plates may be assembled incorrectly, which can cause inappropriate trajectory while driving with ESP control (a situation involving ESP ... .
Dacia Logan II (2012 – 2019)22. 02. 2020The positive terminal of the battery can come into contact with the heat sink on the alternator. This can lead to ... .

All Logan’s recalls

Sandero

PublishedIssue
Dacia Sandero II (2012 – 2019)22. 02. 2020The positive terminal of the battery can come into contact with the heat sink on the alternator. This can lead to ... .

All Sandero’s recalls


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