Water may leak into the Opel Zafira and Vivaro, Grandland X with a trailer coupling issue (week 7/20)

This week’s recalls:
– Zafira, Vivaro – water penetration
– Yaris GRMN – fire
– Corolla – sunroof deflector
– ProAce – counterweight

Seven recalls for 8 models were issued by four carmakers in the 7th week of 2020. Three recalls were published by Toyota, while Opel had two. Ford and Land Rover announced one recall each.

Two recalls were announced this week by Opel. The screw connection of the trailer coupling module may be defective with the Grandland X, while with the Opel Zafira Life and the Vivaro, water may leak into the vehicle interior. This can impair the proper functioning of the airbags.


The fuel-delivery resin spacer between the fuel injector and the engine’s cylinder head does not have the appropriate thermal resistance with the Yaris GRMN‘s limited edition turbocharged 2ZR engine. Consequently, it could deform, reducing the injector’s head sealing, resulting in fuel leakage and increasing the risk of fire.

An attachment holding a counterweight could break during driving with the 2014-2016 ProAce van. The counterweight could become detached from the vehicle and fall onto the road, similar to the related Peugeot Expert, Citroën Jumpy and Fiat Scudo models, which were recalled due to the same defect last fall.

Toyota Corolla equipped with a sunroof and manufactured between December 2018 to February 2019 may have a poorly mounted wind deflector that may detach while driving.

Recalls announced in the 7th week of 2020

Make, Model, Years Issue
Ford F-150 (2019) The attachment of the positive battery cable can be defective.
Land Rover Discovery (2019) The fixings of the second-row seat frame assembly may be missing.
Opel Grandland X (2019) The screw connection of the trailer coupling module may be defective.
Opel Vivaro (2019) Water may leak into the vehicle interior.
Opel Zafira Life (2019) Water may leak into the vehicle interior.
Toyota Corolla (2018 – 2019) The wind deflector on the panorama roof may be insufficiently attached.
Toyota ProAce (2014 – 2016) An attachment holding a counterweight could break during driving.
Toyota Yaris GRMN (2017 – 2018) Fuel leakage and increasing risk of fire.


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