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Vehicle safety recalls: November 2017 


These are the vehicles, parts or accessories recalled by manufacturers for a safety reason during November 2017.

DVSA reference number

Make and model

Issue

R/2017/232

Mercedes-Benz: Sprinter, Vito

Vehicle control unit may not have been correctly updated

R/2017/251

Toyota: Land Cruiser, Lexus IS200

Driver and/or front passenger airbag may fail to deploy as intended

R/2017/266

Mercedes-Benz: Econic 956

Electronic braking system parameters may be incorrect affecting brake performance and vehicle stability

R/2017/275

Mitsubishi: Shogun

Propellant in the driver and passenger side airbag inflators may have deteriorated

R/2017/280

Kia: Sorento

Rubber diesel fuel feed pipe may harden or crack

R/2017/283

Fiat: Ducato

EGR pipe could fracture due to a potential non-conformity

R/2017/284

TESLA: Model X

Seat may not correctly latch

R/2017/285

DAF: LF, CF, XF

Propeller shaft may detach which may cause loss of drive

R/2017/286

Toyota: CH-R, Prius

Invertor capacitor may not be secure and may be damaged by normal vehicle use which may affect speed and energy usage.

R/2017/287

MAN Truck: TGS, TGX

Steering may become restricted

R/2017/292

Porsche: Cayenne

Vehicle may not meet required safety standards

R/2017/294

VW: Passat, Arteon, Golf

Rear wheel bearing housings may be incorrectly manufactured and could fail prematurely

R/2017/295

Nissan: Qashqai

Rear right wheel arch protector may deform and rub against and damage brake hose

R/2017/300

Citroen: DS3

Suspension and steering fixings may not be tightened to the correct torque

R/2017/302

Peugeot: 208

Suspension and steering fixings may not be tightened to the correct torque

R/2017/303

Volvo Bus: B5LH, B5LH(3), B5TL(3) & B8RLE(3)

Loss of power assistance to steering

R/2017/304

SEAT: Ateca

Rear wheel bearing housings may fail

R/2017/306

Citroen: C Zero

A fault in an internal component could affect deployment of the passenger airbag

R/2017/307

Peugeot: iON

A fault in an internal component could affect deployment of the passenger airbag

R/2017/308

Scania: P, G, R & S Series

Deviation in Engine Control Unit software which may affect power and emissions output

 
Source:https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/driver-and-vehicle-standards-agencyDate:12/19/2017


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