Window could drop onto the road with Citroën C1, Peugeot 107 and Toyota Aygo (week 1/19)


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9. 1. 2019 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Category: Weekly Overviews


Three recalls for three models of three carmakers were announced in the 1st week of 2019. Peugeot, Citroën a Renault issued one recall each.

About the Toyota´s Aygo recall due to the risk of the rear door window falling out we wrote back in November. In the first week of 2019, other recalls appear for the same reason also for the remaining siblings from the TPCA factory in the Czech Republic. With the Citroën C1 and Peugeot 107 manufactured between 2005 to 2013, it is also possible that the glue that adheres the windowpane to the rear door could come loose. In that case, the pane would be fixed at only one point and could drop onto the road. In total, these actions concern nearly 1.5 million cars – 560,000 Aygo models from Toyota, 491,000 Peugeots 107 and 467,000 Citroen C1 could be affected.

At the start of the New year, Renault also announced a recall with the Megane RS assembled at the factory in Palencia, Spain. Due to a fault in the engine compartment, the battery wiring could be cut and the car could lose electrical power while driving.

At the beginning of 2019 you can also look at the recalls you were most interested in last year, or which models were the most recalled in 2018:

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Latests Recalls

Mercedes-Benz-Sprinter-2018-recall-tow-bar 22. 3. 2019

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (2018)

  29. 8. 2018 - 29. 11. 2018
Trailer couplings may develop cracks when operated under load. This could lead to the trailer becomi ...
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BMW-X7-2018-recall-seat-belts 22. 3. 2019

BMW X7 (2018 - 2019)

  20. 10. 2018 - 15. 12. 2018
The screw fitting used to attach the front left-hand seat and/or a safety belt may not have been tig ...
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BMW-X5-2018-recall-seat-belts 22. 3. 2019

BMW X5 (2018)

  20. 10. 2018 - 15. 12. 2018
The screw fitting used to attach the front left-hand seat and/or a safety belt may not have been tig ...
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Isuzu-D-Max-2018-rear-axle-spring 22. 3. 2019

Isuzu D-Max (2018)

  2/2018 - 10/2018
A production fault may cause the rear axle leaf springs to break. This can result in loss of driving ...
fiat-ducato-2018-recall-fuel-leak 22. 3. 2019

Fiat Ducato (2018)

  24. 8. 2018 - 26. 10. 2018
Faulty installation of the fuel line may lead to fuel leakage. Fuel leakage close to a source of ign ...
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Lexus-LS-500h-2018-recall-tyres 18. 3. 2019

Lexus LS 500h (2017 - 2018)

  2017 - 2018
Due to an incorrect tyre to the wheel assembly process, the sidewall reinforcement layer may become ...
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Audi-A4-2013-recall-fuel-leak-fire 10. 3. 2019

Audi A4 (2013 - 2018)

  9/2013 - 4/2018
In certain vehicles, fuel can leak onto the engine fuel rail. Fuel leakage close to a source of igni ...
     301
Audi-A5-2017-recall-fuel-leak-fire 10. 3. 2019

Audi A5 (2013 - 2018)

  9/2013 - 4/2018
In certain vehicles, fuel can leak onto the engine fuel rail. Fuel leakage close to a source of igni ...
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