McLaren Senna (2018 – 2019)


McLaren-Senna-2019-recall-wire-harness-fire

13. 9. 2019 In Misc ()


A branch of the vehicle engine harness can potentially come into contact with a metal link pipe heatshield which could lead to damage to the wires contained within the harness bundle. This will result in the continued fuelling of the engine, leading to increased catalyst temperatures and to increased risk of fire.

The McLaren Senna models affected by this recall were manufactured between 21 June 2018 and 20 June 2019.

Source: Rapex Alert 37/2019 A12/1331/19

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Roman Beránek
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