The seat cabling of the driver’s seat may be incorrectly installed. This can cause the seat cabling to rub against metal points of the seat and/or against the seat frame unit. Over time this could lead to an electrical short circuit which could cause a fire.
The recall concerns vehicles produced between 2013 and 2016.
Source: Alert 36/2017 A12/1212/17
What the owner should do?
If you read about a recall that you think may affect your car, the motor industry standards body Motor Codes offers a Vehicle Safety Recall search. By using this, any recalls that are active for your car can be identified. To use this facility, you’ll need the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for your car – this is a long code number that appears on the chassis plate of your car or – on most UK-registered cars – in the bottom-left corner of your windscreen.
If it’s confirmed there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with a Maserati dealer or workshop that’s been officially authorised to perform repairs on behalf of the manufacturer. Usually that’ll be your nearest franchised dealership, or ‘main dealer’ as they’re sometimes known.