Mercedes-Benz Warns Of Potential Fires In 800,000 Vehicles
(Photo Credit: Mercedes-Benz)
Mercedes has identified a technical defect that can lead to a vehicular fire in some of their cars. Preliminary investigations have revealed that a malfunctioning coolant pump might be the main culprit.
G, GLC, GLE, GLS, C, E and S-Class cars manufactured from between January 2017 and October 2021 have been identified as being potentially at risk. And Singapore-market cars have not been spared.
No Mass Recall For Now
Representatives from the German automaker stated that a mass recall will be performed once parts are made available. Owners have been advised to drive their cars in a 'particularly prudent manner', with usage being reduced where possible.
At the earliest availability opportunity, vehicles affected by a recall should be brought to the nearest Mercedes-Benz service partner. Replacement parts will be made available to their dealers, and fixes applied by as early as mid-January.
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