Safety Recalls Database

Manufacturers sometimes recall vehicles when defects in their design or production become evident. These can range from minor problems to major faults that affect a vehicle's safety and performance.

The list below shows all current recalls.   More about recalls >>

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DUCATI  PANIGALE Model years 2018-2019

Recalled:
13 Dec 2018

Statement:
There is the potential for a failure of the delivery oil line fitting on the engine oil cooler resulting in an oil leak from the oil cooler component. If the failure exists, engine oil can leak from the oil cooler onto the engine and onto the tyres.The oil cooler will be replaced with a new upgraded oil cooler component and this upgrade will performed for all affected bikes free of charge at an authorised Ducati Dealer.

Instructions:
Affected customers will be advised by letter and are requested to contact their local authorised Ducati Dealer or info@ducati.com.au for any further enquiries.

Website:

Campaign Number:
RCL18-006

Contact:
Luke Van Den Borst

Email:
info@ducati.com.au

Product Identifiers:
PANIGALE 2018 - 2019 (Panigale V4 Panigale V4 S Panigale V4 S Speciale)

HOLDEN  CAPRICE, COMMODORE Model years 2014-2016

Recalled:
12 Dec 2018

Statement:
We have identified a condition where increased electrical resistance in a component within the Electric Power Steering (EPS) system may result in a loss of power steering assistance.

Instructions:
In most cases, cycling the ignition key or engine start / stop switch will reinstate the power steering assistance. At all times mechanical steering is maintained. Turning the steering wheel will still turn the road wheels. Holden will commence repair of affected vehicles once replacement parts are available. We expect to commence repair of affected vehicles in July 2019.

Website:
www.holden.co.nz

Campaign Number:
A18219328

Contact:

Email:
holdencustomercare@gm.com

Product Identifiers:
CAPRICE 2014 - 2016, COMMODORE 2014 - 2016

NISSAN  PATHFINDER Model years 2013-2017

Recalled:
10 Dec 2018

Statement:
It has been identified that due to insufficient bolt torque, the nudge bar roll hoop fixing bolts may come loose causing the roll hoop to rattle and in rare instances, may detach from the vehicle whilst the vehicle is being driven; causing an accident or injury to pedestrians or others.

Instructions:
If the vehicle has been fitted with a Nissan Genuine Nudge bar, before March 2018, please contact your preferred Nissan dealer and arrange for a re-work to be carried out.

Website:
www.nissan.co.nz

Campaign Number:
AU174/AU175

Contact:

Email:
info@nissan.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
PATHFINDER 2013 - 2017 (R52)

NISSAN  NAVARA Model year 2017

Recalled:
10 Dec 2018

Statement:
Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty Ltd (Nissan) is advising the dealer network of a Recall Campaign on certain 2017 production year D23 Navara vehicles which entails the inspection and, if necessary, replacement of the mechanical key ignition switch assembly.

Instructions:
Owners of the affected vehicles will be contacted by direct mail and advised to contact a Nissan dealer to arrange for the inspection and if necessary replacement of the mechanical key ignition switch assembly. The rectification will be at no cost to owners with regards to the parts and labour.

Website:
www.nissan.co.nz

Campaign Number:
RT031

Contact:

Email:
info@nissan.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
NAVARA 2017 (D23)

NISSAN  PATROL Model years 2009-2012

Recalled:
10 Dec 2018

Statement:
Since 2013 Nissan New Zealand has been advising the Dealer network of the requirement to conduct various Airbag Recall Campaigns which involved the replacement of airbag inflators in certain Nissan vehicles.

Instructions:
Owners of vehicles within the affected VIN range will be advised by letter to contact their Nissan Dealer to arrange for rectification of their vehicle. The rectification involves replacing the front passenger airbag inflator with a replacement airbag inflator, at no cost to the customer with regards to parts or labour.

Website:
www.nissan.co.nz

Campaign Number:
R3627

Contact:

Email:
info@nissan.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
PATROL 2009 - 2012 (Y61)

NISSAN  CARAVAN Model years 2009-2012

Recalled:
10 Dec 2018

Statement:
Since 2013 Nissan New Zealand has been advising the Dealer network of the requirement to conduct various Airbag Recall Campaigns which involved the replacement of airbag inflators in certain Nissan vehicles.

Instructions:
Owners of vehicles within the affected VIN range will be advised by letter to contact their Nissan Dealer to arrange for rectification of their vehicle. The rectification involves replacing the front passenger airbag inflator with a replacement airbag inflator, at no cost to the customer with regards to parts or labour.

Website:
www.nissan.co.nz

Campaign Number:
R4627

Contact:

Email:
info@nissan.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
CARAVAN 2009 - 2012 (E25)

HUSQVARNA  TC 50 Model year 2019

Recalled:
6 Dec 2018

Statement:
Inspection of carburettor assembly components required to be conducted by Authorised Dealer. (Check fitting of the carburettor cover) : IE the carburettor cover may have been fitted incorrectly. Because the carburettor cover acts simultaneously as the upper throttle slide stop, if incorrectly fitted it may lead to the throttle slide sticking. IE: Throttle slide may not return to the closed position . Should that occur it could affect the riders ability to control and operate the bike safely. This can increase the risk of an accident.

Instructions:
Consumers should immediately contact an authorised Husqvarna motorcycle dealer to arrange an appointment for their motorcycle. Consumers will be contacted by direct mail notifying them of the recall. Customers can find an authorised dealer using the dealer search option via https://www.husqvarna-motorcycles.com/nz/ Remedies- Authorised Dealers will complete a prescribed check of the carburettor under the manufacturers technical instructions . This check and workshop procedure is free of charge.

Website:

Campaign Number:
TI 31_1011228

Contact:
Craig Brown

Email:
craig.brown@hqva.com.au

Product Identifiers:
TC 50 2019

KTM  50 SX Model year 2019

Recalled:
4 Dec 2018

Statement:
Inspection of carburetor assembly components required to be conducted by Authorised Dealer. (Check fitting of the carburettor cover) : IE the carburettor cover may have been fitted incorrectly. Because the carburettor cover acts simultaneously as the upper throttle slide stop, if incorrectly fitted it may lead to the throttle slide sticking. IE: Throttle slide may not return to the closed position . Should that occur it could affect the riders ability to control and operate the bike safely. This can increase the risk of an accident.

Instructions:
Consumers should immediately contact an authorised KTM dealer to arrange an appointment for their motorcycle. Consumers will be contacted by direct mail notifying them of the recall. Customers can find an authorised dealer using the dealer search option via http://www.ktm.com/nz/ Remedies- Authorised Dealers will complete a prescribed check of the carburettor under the manufacturers technical instructions . This check and workshop procedure is free of charge.

Website:

Campaign Number:
TI_31_1011227

Contact:
Craig Brown

Email:
craig.brown@ktm.com.au

Product Identifiers:
50 SX 2019

HOLDEN  ASTRA Model years 2014-2017

Recalled:
30 Nov 2018

Statement:
Some Takata airbag inflators are made with non-desiccated Phase Stabilised Ammonium Nitrate (PSAN) as a propellant. As it gets older, a combination of high temperatures and humidity can cause the airbag inflator propellant to degrade.

Instructions:
GM Holden dealers will replace the driver’s side frontal airbag module assembly. You will receive a letter from Holden advising to book into your nearest Holden Dealer.

Website:
www.holden.co.nz

Campaign Number:
A172126072

Contact:

Email:
holdencustomercare@gm.com

Product Identifiers:
ASTRA 2014 - 2017

HOLDEN  CASCADA Model years 2015-2017

Recalled:
30 Nov 2018

Statement:
Some Takata airbag inflators are made with non-desiccated Phase Stabilised Ammonium Nitrate (PSAN) as a propellant. As it gets older, a combination of high temperatures and humidity can cause the airbag inflator propellant to degrade.

Instructions:
GM Holden dealers will replace the driver’s side frontal airbag module assembly. You will receive a letter from Holden advising to book into your nearest Holden Dealer.

Website:
www.holden.co.nz

Campaign Number:
A172126076

Contact:

Email:
holdencustomercare@gm.com

Product Identifiers:
CASCADA 2015 - 2017

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This website has been developed by the NZ Transport Agency to provide vehicle owners with information to assist in the identification of and management of vehicle related safety recalls. It has been developed with the cooperation of the Motor Industry Association (MIA) and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE).