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Recall Alert!


Mercedes Benz and Tesla Issue Recalls Affecting Popular Models!

No one likes to receive a recall notice or learn about a major recall via the news, but they are a part of owning cars today. Two popular auto manufacturers recently announced recalls that affect popular car models. Let’s start with the Mercedes Benz recall.

Mercedes Benz announced a recall that affects 24 of the brands models and a reported 495,290 vehicles. Here’s what you need to know…

The Recall Problem:

The driver’s airbag may unexpectedly deploy due to insufficient grounding of the steering components if an electrostatic discharge occurs and the airbag clock spring is broken.

There are 24 total models affected. A few of them are listed here, you can see the entire list via this link.

Vehicles Affected:

2012 – 2015 C250

2012 – 2018 C300

2015 – 2018 E550

2015 – 2018 GLA250

2016 – 2018 GLC300

2017 – 2018 GLC 43 AMG

2013 – 2015 GLK250 & GLK 350

2015 – 2018 GLA45

The Fix:

Dealers will add sufficient grounding to the steering components FREE of charge. Mercedes Benz will begin notifying owners in December. Owners can call Mercedes Benz customer service at 1-877-496-3691.

Tesla maybe a new auto maker but they’re not immune to the world of recalls and have issued a recall for their popular Tesla Model X SUV.

The Recall Issue:

The left side, second row, reclining seat back may not fully latch due to having incorrectly adjusted recliner mechanism cables. If the seat back moves forward in a crash, this seriously increases the risk of injury. Click this link to read the NHTSA recall docs.

Vehicles Affected:

2016 – 2017 Model X vehicles

The Fix:

Tesla service technicians will correct the cable adjustment for the left side, fold flat, second row, seat recliner mechanism FREE of charge.

To give yourself peace of mind, visit www.safecar.gov or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration vehicle safety hotline on 1-888-327-4236. Remember if your car is part of a recall, all repairs to your vehicle should be 100% FREE. You should never be asked to prepay for a recall repair and wait for reimbursement. #Never

#Recalls #MercedesBenz #Tesla

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BlackGirlsDrive was started by then Blogging Buddies Kirstin N. Fuller, Taheera Espinoza, and Keisha J. Reed to help black women become more educated, celebrated and respected automotive consumers.  Kirstin Fuller is now the sole automotive content creator for BlackGirlsDrive and thoroughly enjoys bringing readers the latest from the automotive world. 

 

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