Volkswagen’s Chinese joint venture FAW-Volkswagen is going to recall 430,388 vehicles from March 1 for issue with dashboard, China’s quality watchdog, The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, stated on its website on Wednesday.
German automaker BMW stated on Friday it would recall 11,700 cars to repair their engine management software after it found that the wrong programming had been set up on its high-end 5- and 7-Series models. “In the course of internal tests, the BMW Group has found that a properly developed software update was erroneously assigned
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s U.S. unit stated on Friday it would recall about 228,508 trucks in the United States, Canada, Mexico and some other countries to prevent drivers from accidentally shifting their vehicles from “park”. The brake transmission shift interlock (BTSI) might overheat on some vehicles, FCA US LLC stated, including that it would cause
Ford Motor’s China joint venture is going to recall over half a million vehicles due to brake-related issues, an extra headache for the United States automaker as it deals with increasing challenges in the world’s leading vehicle market. The recall, which will begin from February 25, is connected to problems with materials utilized for brake
Germany’s KBA automotive watchdog has detected illegal emission-control software in Audi’s newest Euro-6 diesel models and has ordered a recall of 127,000 vehicles, Bild am Sonntag reported. Audi stated the models had been included in a voluntary recall of 850,000 diesel automobiles with V6 and V8 TDI engines revealed in July. “The engine control software
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV stated on Friday it was recalling over 162,000 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivans because a software glitch may trigger the vehicles to stall. The automaker said one mishap had possibly been linked to the problem. Under an uncommon set of conditions, a vehicle’s engine control module may improperly assess the engine’s operating
Ford Motor stated on Thursday it had verified a second death in an older pickup triggered by a malfunctioning air bag inflator of Takata and advised 2,900 owners in North America to stop driving right away till they can get replacement parts. The second largest U.S. automaker stated it confirmed in late December that a
The biggest automotive recall in United States history is being broadened once again by Takata, the Detroit Free Press revealed. Takata is including 3.3 million airbag inflators because of a malfunctioning explosive chemical used in the ignition of the airbag. According to the recall, the explosive chemical ammonium nitrate is to blame. Takata’s mix can