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Skoda Superb (2013 – 2015)

Published on 7 December 2019

Due to an error in configuring the function monitoring device in the Body Control Module (BCM), a failure of the LED turn signals at the front is not always detected. The mandatory warning (acoustic/optical) does not occur in these cases.

As a result, the driver will not be notified of possible failure of the direction indicators, increasing the risk of an accident.

The Skoda Superb models affected by this recall were manufactured between 2013 and 2015.

Skoda Recall code: 97DR

Source: Rapex Alert 49/2019 A12/1894/19

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Type of alert
MakeSkoda
ModelSuperb
Production period2013 - 2015
Risk3
Type/number of modelType-approval numbers: e11 * 2001/116 * 0326 *…, e11 * 2007/46 * 0014 * …, type: 3T
Country of originCzech Republic
Alert submitted byGermany
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Published by Rapex2019-12-06 09:53:01

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