Owners of the following vehicles are advised to contact the manufacturer to arrange for the problem to be fixed or replaced.
If your vehicle is recalled for a safety reason, you’ll usually be sent a letter by the manufacturer telling you why it’s being recalled, what you need to do next and who you should contact.
However, you won’t get a letter if the manufacturer doesn’t have your contact details. You won’t usually have to pay for any repairs or parts under a safety recall.
The list of vehicles wanted for recall is listed below. To check if your car is listed, click here.
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Honda: Accord, Accord Tourer, Civic Hybrid, CR-V, Jazz and Legend - Airbag may fail to deploy correctly
Chrysler: Dodge Journey and Grand Voyager - Airbag may malfunction
Jeep: Wrangler - Airbag circuit may be compromised
Fiat: 500X - Loss of drive
Jeep: Cherokee and Renegade - Transaxle wiring has been incorrectly fitted
Toyota: Mirai - Electric fuel cell system may stop running
Suzuki: Grand Vitara - Driver may be unable to change/select gear
VW: Golf, Tiguan, Touran, Scirroco, Passat, Up!, Transporter and Crafter - Airbag/belt tensioners may not trigger in event of an accident
Mercedes-Benz: ML - Front suspension arm may not be tightened correctly
Mercedes-Benz: E-Class - Steering column switch module may become inoperative
Fiat: Ducato - Camshaft may fail
Mercedes-Benz: Atego - Earthing lug on engine mounting bolt may break
Hino: 300 Series (Euro 5) - Wiring harness may be damaged
Hino: 300 Series - Fuel filter/accumulator may crack
Jeep: Renegade - Side window airbags may fail to deploy
Nissan: Cabstar - Incorrect body width could restrict rear visibility.
Porsche: 911 and 718 - Incorrect detonators fitted to front passenger airbags
BMW: Drivers airbag inflator fitted as replacement on 3,5 and X5 vehicles - Drivers airbag may deploy incorrectly
Vauxhall: Adam and Corsa D - Handbrake may disengage
Porsche: Macan - Front passenger airbags may be deactivated
Bentley: Bentayga Diesel - Steering power assistance may be lost
BMW: 1-Series, X1, Z4 and 3-Series - Plug in contact cable may malfunction
Mercedes-Benz Bus: Citaro - Faulty spline on universal joint of steering spindle
Renault: Megane IV - Child lock may deactivate Peugeot: 208 - Spoiler may detach
Renault: Megane IV - Clutch may not engage fully
Mercedes-Benz: GLA, ML, GLC, CLA, SLK, C-Class, E-Class, CL, CLS and S-Class - Faulty control unit may cause vehicle to perform outside specification
Mercedes-Benz: Atego - Axle bracket may detach Volvo Bus: B5TL and B8R - Exhaust emission criteria is not met
Mann & Hummel: WK 939/14 x - Filter may leak
Honda Motorcycles: GI 1800A Goldwing - Airbag may fail to deploy correctly
Piaggio: MP3 Yourbon 300 - Rear brake hose may be incorrectly routed Yamaha: MT09/A, MT09TRA * XSR900 - Handlebar mountings may detach
Polaris: Sportsman Touring (850 SP and XP 1000) - Side panel may contact exhaust