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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(873) airbag(575) Aixam(1) Alfa Romeo(7) Alpina(2) Audi(34) Bentley(6) BMW(33) bodywork(202) brakes(236) Bugatti(1) Cadillac(5) Chevrolet(2) Chrysler(4) Citroen(31) Continental(3) Dacia(13) Dodge(16) door locks(47) DS(2) electronic(418) emissions(42) engine(478) Ferrari(5) Fiat(14) fire(436) Ford(26) fuel(186) fuel tank(47) gearbox(61) headlamps(31) Honda(9) Hyundai(11) Infiniti(1) injury(865) Isuzu(2) Jaguar(6) Jeep(14) Kia(11) Lamborghini(2) Lancia(3) Land Rover(10) Lexus(11) Lotus(2) Maserati(3) Mazda(20) McLaren(3) Mercedes(2) Mercedes-Benz(62) Mini(3) Mitsubishi(11) Morgan(1) Nissan(15) Opel(35) Overviews(95) Peugeot(32) Porsche(10) Renault(25) Seat(17) seat-belts(131) seats(155) Semperit(1) Skoda(20) SsangYong(1) stabilization(24) steering(167) Subaru(11) suspension(233) Suzuki(2) Toyota(26) tyres(20) Uniroyal(2) Vauxhall(1) Volkswagen(18) Volvo(14) VW(27)

Recent Recalls

11 June 2020

1. Due to inappropriate software of the powertrain control module (PCM), the automatic idling restart (IR) may fail to restart the … .

10 June 2020

Due to inappropriate software, the powertrain control module (PCM) may incorrectly judge the half clutch condition as a clutch disengaged condition … .

9 June 2020

The front lower arms may have cracks on some portions of their surface, which may cause them to break and separate … .

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