This week’s recalls:
– Renault Captur – panoramic roof
– Mini Clubman – rollover sensor
– Volvo – air bubbles in the cooling system
– Mercedes-Sprinter – wiring harness
4 recalls for 13 models were issued by four carmakers in the 30th week of 2020 through the Rapex system. Mini, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, and Volvo issued one recall each.
The bonding of the panorama glass roofing may be defective with a Renault Captur produced between 21 August 2019 to 2 September 2019. As a result, it may become detached from the vehicle, posing a risk to the following traffic.
The Mini Clubman may have a faulty rollover detection sensor inside the airbag control unit. Mercedes Sprinters manufactured between October 2018 and May 2020 may inadvertently deploy the side airbag due to a damaged wiring harness at the front seat.
This week, the second stage of Volvo‘s recall for the S80, S60, V70, XC70, S60CC, V60, XC60, V60CC, V40, and V40CC was also announced. The reason is the air bubbles in the engine’s cooling system after filling with coolant.
See the table below for all the recalls from this week.
Recalls announced in the 30th week of 2020
|Make, Model (years)||Problem|
|Mini Clubman (2020)||A rollover detection sensor inside the airbag control unit might be defective.|
|Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (2018 – 2020)||The electrical wiring harness can jam and become damaged in the bogies of the front seat.|
|Renault Captur (2019)||The bonding of the panorama glass roofing may be defective.|
|Volvo (various models 2014 – 2018)||Air bubbles may remain in the engine’s cooling system after filling with coolant.|