Volkswagen de México, through the Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office (Profeco), called for review 5 thousand 483 Passat vehicles model years 2016 to 2019.
In a statement, the automaker said it detected that there is a possible possibility that the levers for adjusting the front seat backs have been placed in an inverted manner.
The seats may not be properly recessed and in the event of an impact the correct restraint may not be provided to the vehicle occupants.
For this reason, it should be checked whether the seats of the levers to adjust the front seat backs have been placed in the corresponding seat and, if necessary, the seats of both levers should be replaced.
Volkswagen de México notified the Attorney General’s Office that the campaign for the 5 thousand 483 units possibly affected and marketed in Mexico will have a validity of 12 months as of November 19, 2020.
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