Renault Dacia car recall France fire risk
【Summary】Renault and Dacia have issued a recall for five car models in France due to a manufacturing defect that increases the risk of fire. The cars, including Duster, Logan III, Sandero III, Clio V, and Captur II, were sold between February 6 and June 13, 2023. The defect involves incorrect welding of the LPG tank, which can release gas into the passenger compartment. The car manufacturers are urging affected customers to contact the dealership or place of purchase for further information.
A manufacturing defect in certain car models has prompted a recall in France due to an increased risk of fire. The affected cars, which include models from Dacia and Renault, have been listed on the official Rappel Conso (product recall) website in France.
The website states that the defect is related to incorrect welding of the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tank, which can result in the release of gas into the passenger compartment, posing a fire hazard.
A total of five models have been recalled, three of which are from the Dacia brand. The Dacia models affected are the Duster, Logan III, and Sandero III. The vehicle reference numbers for these cars are as follows: e19*2007/46*0026*16, e19*2007/46*0026*17, and e19*2007/46*0026*18.
The two Renault vehicles affected by the recall are the Clio V and Captur II. The vehicle reference numbers for the Clio V are e2*2007/46*0676*19 and e2*2007/46*0676*20, while the reference numbers for the Captur II are e2*2007/46*0684*21 and e2*2007/46*0684*22.
All five models were sold between February 6 and June 13, 2023. If you have purchased any of the affected vehicles, it is advised to contact the dealership or place of purchase for further information.
For more information on product recalls in France, there have been recent recalls for safety faults in telephone chargers and bikes. Additionally, iPhone12 users in France are eligible for a free update to address an "electrowave issue."
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