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

Dacia-Spring-2022-seat-belt-retractor
27. 11. 2022

The rear right seat belt retractor may malfunction. This can reduce the restraining effect of the belt, increasing the risk of … .

Fiat-500-2022-Hybrid-system-malfunction
22. 10. 2022

Risk of fire due to a broken circuit in the electrical connection of the auxiliary battery. This can occur especially during … .

BMW-i3-2018-batteries-fire
22. 10. 2022

Faulty production of high-voltage batteries may lead to high-voltage cell modules can overheat, increasing the risk of fire. The BMW i3 … .

Toyota-Yaris-2020-fail-safe-driving-mode
18. 10. 2022

Due to improper programming, the vehicle may not enter a fail-safe driving mode if a temporary slip occurs in the hybrid … .

BMW-i4-2022-high-voltage-battery-fire
21. 09. 2022

A manufacturing defect can lead to high voltage battery failures, increasing the risk of fire. The BMW i4 vehicles affected by … .

BMW-i7-2022-high-voltage-battery-fire
21. 09. 2022

A manufacturing defect can lead to high voltage battery failures, increasing the risk of fire. The BMW i7 vehicles affected by … .

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