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

Volvo-XC40-Recharge-2021-accelerator-pedal-sensor
20. 05. 2022

Damaged cables or connections on the accelerator pedal sensor because of corrosion may cause unintentional acceleration or no start condition, increasing … .

Seat-Tarraco-2020-short-circuit-fire
16. 05. 2022

A faulty fuse can cause an arc flash in the event of a short circuit and cause a fire. The Seat … .

Seat-Leon-2020-short-circuit-fire
16. 05. 2022

A faulty fuse can cause an arc flash in the event of a short circuit and cause a fire. The Seat … .

Cupra-Formentor-hybrid-2020-short-circuit-fire
10. 05. 2022

A faulty fuse can cause an arc flash in the event of a short circuit and cause a fire. The Cupra … .

Cupra-Leon-2020-short-circuit-fire
10. 05. 2022

A faulty fuse can cause an arc flash in the event of a short circuit and cause a fire. The Cupra … .

Audi-Q3-e-tron-2020-short-circuit-high-voltage-fire
06. 05. 2022

The amount of extinguished sand in the fuse of the high-voltage system is not sufficient in the event of a short … .

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