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    If the manufacturer declares a car recall, it´s almost always due to a serious defect that may endanger road safety, the health of the crew, or may have a negative impact on the environment.

    This is why it´s worthwhile even with older cars to check the VIN code of the vehicle in an authorized service. You can find out whether there has been a recall for your car in the past, and if the problem has been resolved by the previous owner.

    It does not matter how old the car is and how many owners it has. There is no time limit to correct these defects and there is no risk of losing the claim due to delay. Dangerous defects within the recalls are repaired free of charge.

    Find out more here: VIN Check for Recalls

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by  Recalls.

    We have Renault Clio 2013, fist hand with 30,000 km. On a highway road the car stopped suddenly. It appears the the geer computer failed. The local dealer charged me with the replacement of the geer computer and battery. I wander if this danger failure should not consider as RECALL and be fixed by Renault?

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