Electric Cars Problems

Even electric cars are not exempt from problems, faults, issues and defects that cause the manufacturer to announce a recall.

The following overview will find the current recalls for hybrid and electric cars, regardless of whether the problem concerns their electrical or mechanical parts.



Electric Cars and Hybrids Problems

Mercedes-Benz-EQE-2022-tow-eye
14. 08. 2022

The threading of the tow eye in the front and rear bumper may not meet the specifications. The tow eye bolt … .

Mercedes-Benz-EQS-2022-tow-eye
14. 08. 2022

The threading of the tow eye in the front and rear bumper may not meet the specifications. The tow eye bolt … .

Maserati-Levante-mhev-2021-ground-cables 48V
31. 07. 2022

Improperly attached ground cables of the 48V motor can lead to electrical faults. As a result, sparks and a burning smell … .

Mercedes-Benz-GLE-hybrid-2021-wiring-fire
29. 07. 2022

The screw connection of a 12V wiring harness of the vehicles equipped with plug-in hybrid traction may have been secured with … .

Hyundai-Ioniq-5-2022-parking-lock
22. 07. 2022

A software error may disengage the parking (brake) mechanism. This can lead to the vehicle moving uncontrolled, increasing the risk of … .

Mercedes-Benz-EQE-2022-steering-power-assistance
18. 07. 2022

The components of the steering system may have been damaged during the assembly process. As a result, the steering power assistance … .

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