Latest Recalls


Mercedes-Benz-GLE-2020-48V-ground-fire
23. 05. 2022

The bolt for the 48V ground connection under the passenger seat may have been secured with insufficient torque. As a result, … .

Mercedes-Benz-GLS-2020-48V-ground-fire
23. 05. 2022

The bolt for the 48V ground connection under the passenger seat may have been secured with insufficient torque. As a result, … .

Kia-Sorento-2014-heater-wiring-fire
22. 05. 2022

The positive temperature coefficient heater of vehicles fitted with diesel engines may overheat due to potential damage to the wiring harness … .

Kia-Sorento-2021-fuel-leak-fire
22. 05. 2022

The fuel supply pipe may have been installed improperly, which may result in a fuel leak. If a fuel leak occurs, … .

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 … .

Mercedes-Benz-C-Class-2021-active-hood
20. 05. 2022

An erroneous notch in the impact absorber may lead to failure of the tube sensor for the actuation of the active … .


The number of Car Recalls is increasing

Around 30 car-recalls appear in the EU Information System Rapex every month. All the defects are fixed free of charge even with the cars over ten years old. If the owner does not receive an invitation letter from the manufacturer, he should contact the nearest dealer. Remember, that every fourth car remains unrepaired after the recall.

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