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

10. 03. 2023

Hydrogen detectors may malfunction and, over time, may not be able to detect hydrogen leakage, increasing the risk of fire. The … .

06. 03. 2023

The vehicles may have been equipped with a 48 Volt battery manufactured without protective interface material. This may lead to a … .

21. 02. 2023

The airbag in the upper B-pillar may not open as intended, increasing the risk of injury in the event of an … .

11. 02. 2023

The voltage of the high voltage (HV) battery may drop rapidly when the accelerator pedal is rapidly pressed to further accelerate … .

09. 02. 2023

A software error in the brake control module can lead to a loss of braking power, creating a risk of an … .

29. 01. 2023

Due to faulty software in the traction battery control unit, false detection of cell voltage and/or battery temperature may occur. This … .

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