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.

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BMW  X1 Model years 2016-2017

Recalled:
23 Jun 2017

Statement:
A recess on the inside of the instrument panel was possible not machined correctly. The recess is used as the predetermined breaking point of the instrument panel when the front passenger airbag is activated.

Instructions:
As part of ongoing quality analysis at BMW, it has been established that the milling of the instrument panel for the front passenger airbag may not have been performed correctly. To ensure that your vehicle is in perfect working order. For this reason, the milling in the instrument panel should be checked. Please arrange an appointment with your Authorised BMW service centre. They will tell you how long your vehicle needs to stay in the workshop.

Website:
www.bmw.co.nz

Campaign Number:
0051150400

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
X1 2016 - 2017 (F48)

MERCEDES-BENZ  A180, A200, A250, B180, B200 Model years 2012-2013

Recalled:
21 Jun 2017

Statement:
The joint between the vacuum hose and the brake booster may break

Instructions:
Contact your local Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
1612P43D25

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
A180 2013, A200 2013, A250 2013, B180 2012 - 2013, B200 2012 - 2013

KTM  390, DUKE Model year 2017

Recalled:
16 Jun 2017

Statement:
The current HLU (Head Light Control Unit) software may cause the LED headlight to reboot while in operation . If this occurred the headlight operation could be affected as it may go off and on without warning. The instrument dashboard may lose information or not display all information .

Instructions:
Consumers will be contacted officially by direct mail. Consumers should contact an authorised KTM dealer to arrange an appointment for an inspection of their motorcycle. The software version of the vehicle Headlight Unit and Instrument cluster will be updated by authorised dealers .

Website:
www.ktm.co.nz

Campaign Number:
TI 14_408753

Contact:
Mr Craig Brown

Email:
craig.brown@ktm.com.au

Product Identifiers:
390 2017, DUKE 2017

HARLEY DAVIDSON  TOURING Model year 2017

Recalled:
14 Jun 2017

Statement:
Oil line clamp, part numbers 10198, 10080, and 10344, used on the oil cooling system on certain MY 2017 Touring model motorcycles (variants FLHX, FLHXS, FLTRX, FLTRXS, FLHTCU, FLHR, FLHRC, FLHRXS, FLHP, FLHTP) built in the US 2nd June16 through to 9th May 17 may not have been properly installed such that an oil line may become detached and cause a sudden loss of engine oil. If this condition remains undetected it could lead to oil on the rear tire which may result in loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash.

Instructions:
Owners of affected vehicles to contact nearest Harley-Davidson dealer who will inspect the clamps on the oil cooling system for proper installation on affected vehicles and correct if necessary.

Website:

Campaign Number:
0170

Contact:
Mr Colin Innes

Email:
Colin.Innis@harley-davidson.com

Product Identifiers:
TOURING 2017

MITSUBISHI  ASX Model years 2010-2013

Recalled:
30 May 2017

Statement:
Water could enter the wiper motor around the breather hole. If this happens the motor will seize and the wiper action will not work.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mitsubishi Motors Dealer

Website:
www.mitsubishi-motors.co.nz

Campaign Number:
1703

Contact:

Email:
customersupport@mitsubishi-motors.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
ASX 2010 - 2013

MITSUBISHI  DELICA, PAJERO Various years 2008-2013

Recalled:
30 May 2017

Statement:
The driver side airbag inflator can corrode over time allowing the case to fragment discharging shrapnel should the airbag be deployed.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mitsubishi Motors Dealer

Website:
www.mitsubishi-motors.co.nz

Campaign Number:
1709

Contact:

Email:
customersupport@mitsubishi-motors.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
DELICA 2008 - 2009, PAJERO 2009 - 2013

HUSQVARNA  TR650 Model years 2013-2014

Recalled:
18 May 2017

Statement:
Market monitoring has shown isolated cases of occasional stalling in the engines of TR 650 Terra and TR 650 Strada model vehicles . If the engine stalls, this could lead to dangerous riding conditions and pose a safety hazard to the rider and other road users.

Instructions:
Owners will be sent a letter to advise them of the recall. Owners should contact an authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles dealer to arrange a booking as the ECU of the vehicle has to be remapped at an external supplier's facility.

Website:
www.husqvarna-motorcycles.com

Campaign Number:
TI_91_315168

Contact:
Craig Brown

Email:
craig.brown@hqva.com.au

Product Identifiers:
TR650 2013 - 2014

HINO  300 Model years 2006-2017

Recalled:
12 May 2017

Statement:
Hino have advised that vehicles manufactured from 2006-2017 may have a concern with the Park Brake lever. It may be possible that the Park brake ratchet mechanism may not engage correctly.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Truckstops dealer or authorised Hino Service Dealer to have the Park brake lever completely replaced . Enquires can be made on 0800367446 http://truckstops.co.nz/locations/branches

Website:
www.hino.co.nz

Campaign Number:
HDL32

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
300 2006 - 2017

UD TRUCKS  CK17380, MK11250, MK11280, PK16250, PK16280, PK17250, PK17280, Quon Model years 2011-2016

Recalled:
2 May 2017

Statement:
UD Truck Distributors (NZ) Ltd are recalling UD Quon and Condor vehicles manufactured between August 2011 and April 2016 as part of the global Takata Air Bag replacement program, where the drivers airbag inflator requires replacement.

Instructions:
Owners of affected vehicles will be advised by letter, we are commencing this recall with oldest vehicles first, your authorised UD Dealer will be in contact to arrange the fitment of the replacement drivers air bag. Due to the large volumes of vehicles impacted globally replacement parts will be released in stages, we expect it could take up to two years to complete this recall. The replacement is at no cost to the customer.

Website:
www.udtrucks.co.nz

Campaign Number:
C0169

Contact:
Mike Searle

Email:
mike.searle@udtrucks.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
CK17380 2011 - 2016, MK11250 2011 - 2016, MK11280 2011 - 2016, PK16250 2011 - 2016, PK16280 2011 - 2016, PK17250 2011 - 2016, PK17280 2011 - 2016, Quon 2011 - 2016

VOLVO  FH4 & FM4 Model year 2015

Recalled:
12 Apr 2017

Statement:
Volvo Truck advise that a limited number of trucks require checking. The split pinon the brake pedal might have been incorrectly assembled or missing from factory due to insufficient assembly instructions.

Instructions:
Contact the closest Volvo Truck Service Workshop. Or refer to the letter that is being sent to all affected Volvo Truck Owners. Alternativly contact MTD Trucks Product Support 06 - 3567179

Website:

Campaign Number:
C0001

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
FH4 & FM4 2015

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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).