Latest Recalls


Audi-A8-2018-moisture-control-unit
02. 08. 2021

Moisture may enter into the engine control unit due to a missing sealing pin in one of the connectors. As a … .

Audi-S8-2020-moisture-control-unit
02. 08. 2021

Moisture may enter into the engine control unit due to a missing sealing pin in one of the connectors. As a … .

Renault-Master-III-2021-parking-brake-calliper
01. 08. 2021

The functioning parking brake may be impaired due to a defect in the rear right calliper. This may cause unintended vehicle … .

Bentley-Bentayga-2020-rear-axle-nut
01. 08. 2021

The nut on the eccentric bolt on the lower lever arm of the rear axle may break due to corrosion. As … .

Ferrari-812-Superfast-2018-start-stop
31. 07. 2021

The ‘Stop & Start’ system may not be activated when the vehicle is started. This could lead to an increase in … .

Ferrari-Portofino-2018-start-stop
31. 07. 2021

The ‘Stop & Start’ system may not be activated when the vehicle is started. This could lead to an increase in … .


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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