Illustrative photo | source Audi
Published on 07. 06. 2020
The rear, left-hand seat belt-lock holder might be damaged.
Consequently, in the event of an accident, the lock might break, reducing the restraining capacity of the seat belt and increasing the risk of injuries to the passengers.
The Audi A1 models affected by this recall were manufactured in February 2020.
Audi recall code: 69AH
Source: Rapex Alert 23/2020 A12/00842/20
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