A series of Mercedes-Benz cars are affected in this recall, but all of them are models manufactured and sold more than 10 years ago belonging to old models such as: ML-Class, GL-Class and R- class, belonging to versions from 2006 to 2012.
The total number of this recall includes 292,287 units in the US market and 31,500 units in the Canadian market. On affected vehicles, moisture can build up and corrode brake booster components, causing sudden reductions in brake performance as well as brake failure, increasing the risk of an accident under certain circumstances. .
Mercedes-Benz advised owners of vehicles affected by the recall to park and not drive until the vehicle’s brake booster has been checked. When brought to the dealer, these vehicles will have their rubber hoses removed, brake booster checked and brake booster replaced free of charge if necessary. The German automaker said it has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to this recall.
Recently, Mercedes-Benz also repeatedly had to recall its models; At the beginning of May, the company announced that the GLC series of cars were at risk of a faulty headlight system in the US. Previously, Mercedes-Benz also had to recall most of its product portfolio because of a reverse camera error, including GLA/GLB/GLC/GLE and GLS models… as well as low-rise models like the A-class , B-Class, C-Class….
In November last year, Mercedes-Benz also had to recall some models of the GL-Class, ML-Class and R-Class lines in Vietnam due to the Takata airbag fault, these vehicles were all manufactured in 2004. until 2012.
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