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Dacia Dokker (2016)

Published on 5 August 2016

The hydraulic unit of the anti-lock braking /electronic stability control system may have been contaminated with plastic or metallic particles during the manufacturing process. This could lead to a decrease in the efficiency of the anti-lock braking and/or the electronic stability control.

Vehicles equipped with ABS-ESC hydraulic unit assembled between 12/02/2016 and 03/03/2016 or between 17/03/2016 and 12/04/2016 and possibly fitted on Dacia Dokker, manufactured between 26/02/2016 and 21/04/2016, and Dacia Lodgy, manufactured between 26/02/2016 and 22/04/2016, are affected.

Source: Alert A12/0956/16

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Is my car affected?


Type of alert
MakeDacia
ModelDokker
Production period26. 2. - 21. 4. 2016
Risk3
Type/number of modelEC type approval: E2*2001/116*0314*79
Country of originMorocco
Alert submitted byPortugal
Products were found and measures were taken also in
Measures taken by economic operators
Published by Rapex2016-08-05 22:57:43

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UK car-owners can easily make a pre-check by visiting DVLA website and entering the car registration number; it will also reveal the car’s current MOT status.

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