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Opel, Fiat, Citroen and Co. affected

The car brand association Stellantis is calling for a recall of its vehicles twice. We reveal exactly which cars are affected.

14 well-known car brands have merged under the umbrella of the Stellantis Group. Some of these should go to the appropriate authorized workshop as soon as possible. In certain models from the Opel, Peugeot, Citroën and DS brands, there may be a software error in the engine control system – the recall affects almost 170,000 vehicles due to this problem. Another defect, namely power steering problems combined with the risk of fire, leads to the second recall. This affects vans from the Fiat, Opel, Peugeot and Citroën brands.

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Recall due to an error in the engine control system

For the Opel, Peugeot, Citroën and DS brands, an error in the engine control system results in an incorrect consumption assessment of the AdBlue, which is used to clean exhaust gases. The almost 170,000 vehicles affected come from the Years of construction 2022 and 2023.

Starting with the brand Opel, which is recalling 46,435 Mokka, Astra and Grandland cars worldwide, including 4,179 in Germany. This incident is listed in the database of the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) with the KBA number 013328, the manufacturer code is KIV.

They are available under the KBA number 013324 or the manufacturer code MKS Peugeot-Models 208, 308, 3008 and 5008 recalled. Worldwide there are 75,577 cars, including 1,905 German ones.

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For the brand’s C3 and C5 Aircross models Citroën
The KBA number 013325 and the manufacturer code JZC apply. A total of 44,389 vehicles will be recalled. In Germany the recall applies to 711 cars.

In addition, the models must also DS3 and DS4 of the brand of the same name back into the workshop. Exact data has not yet been published, but this recall is also listed under the KBA number 013327 and the code JZC from the manufacturer. In the workshop, the problem in the engine control should be resolved with a simple software update.

Recall due to power steering problems

Anyone who drives an Opel, Peugeot, Fiat or Citroën van should visit an authorized workshop as soon as possible. In almost 50,000 commercial vehicles, a leaky power steering line can cause one Power steering failure lead, which also results in an increased risk of fire due to the leakage of liquid.

Next to the Citroën Jumpers are also the Fiat Ducato, Opel Movano and Peugeot Boxer affected from the year of construction 2023. The recall of the Citroën Jumper runs under the number 013296 in the German Federal Motor Transport Authority and the manufacturer code JZP. Citroën is recalling 12,925 vehicles worldwide, including 3,562 in Germany alone. Fiat has 17,818 vehicles worldwide, 1,351 of which are German vehicles. The KBA number is 013298 and the manufacturer code is 6701.

There are also 12,463 Peugeot Boxers, 1,402 of which are in Germany. The Peugeot recall has the KBA number 013297 or the manufacturer code MKZ. A visit to the workshop is also necessary for the Opel Movano model. This model involves 6,628 vehicles worldwide, including a total of 1,692 cars in Germany. The error is listed under the KBA number 013294 or the manufacturer code KJ1. If there is a defect, the authorized workshop will
replace corresponding parts and thus eliminate the problems with the power steering.

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