The first recall with Skoda Kamiq and Scala



Recall with code 91W7 is announced by Skoda Auto for about 1,500 Kamiq and Scala models manufactured in August and September 2019.

The reason for the action is a “sporadic E-Call and Info/Service call faults” caused by an incorrect dataset uploaded into the OCU control unit. Repair at the authorized service center should not take more than an hour.

Skoda has recently had several recalls for various models. We have written about each of them in separate articles – see below.



Source: Car-Recalls.co.uk, kfz-rueckrufe.de
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