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The most common problems by Make

Common faults that are solved by the recall

Around 30 vehicle recalls appear in the EU Information System Rapex every month. The most common problems sorted by tag (engine, steering, suspension,…) can be found in the second tab. Choose the make and model or the most problematic areas to see details of known faults that may apply to your vehicle.

Common Problems by Tag

accident(986) airbag(643) Aixam(1) Alfa Romeo(7) Alpina(3) Aston Martin(1) Audi(45) Bentley(8) BMW(45) bodywork(227) brakes(296) Bugatti(2) Cadillac(5) Chevrolet(2) Chrysler(5) Citroen(44) Continental(3) Dacia(15) Dodge(18) door locks(56) DS(2) electronic(445) emissions(48) engine(545) EV/Hybrid(51) Ferrari(5) Fiat(15) fire(527) Ford(37) fuel(210) fuel tank(51) gearbox(68) headlamps(35) Honda(10) Hyundai(18) Infiniti(2) injury(972) Isuzu(2) Jaguar(7) Jeep(17) Kia(17) Lamborghini(2) Lancia(3) Land Rover(13) Lexus(11) Lotus(2) Maserati(3) Mazda(24) McLaren(3) Mercedes(2) Mercedes-Benz(84) Mini(4) Mitsubishi(14) Morgan(1) Nissan(20) Opel(41) Overviews(105) Peugeot(47) Porsche(12) Renault(34) Seat(21) seat-belts(163) seats(172) Semperit(1) Skoda(26) SsangYong(1) stabilization(24) steering(182) Subaru(12) suspension(291) Suzuki(3) Tesla(1) Toyota(32) tyres(25) Uniroyal(2) Vauxhall(2) Volkswagen(31) Volvo(25) VW(27)

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Recent Recalls

15. 02. 2021

Due to errors in the adhesive bonding process, the upper rear (roof) spoiler may be insufficiently affixed. As a result, it … .

15. 02. 2021

The eCall system (transmitting the vehicle identification number to the emergency call center) could malfunction and not transmit the VIN number … .

15. 02. 2021

The gas generator of the driver and/or front-seat passenger airbag could be defective. This may result in uncontrolled inflation and the … .

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