Mini – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Mini UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Mini UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Mini UK Recalls

MINI (2000 – 2001) – THE FUEL FILLER TUBE

on 16 August 2021

MINI (06/11/2000 – 24/08/2001) RECALL: Problem description: Static electricity may accumulate in the fuel filler tube.

MINI COUNTRYMAN (2020) – THE HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY SHORT CIRCUIT

on 14 December 2020

MINI COUNTRYMAN (09/03/2020 – 18/09/2020) RECALL: Problem description: A possibility of impurities contained in the HV batteries may cause a short … .

MINI (2014 – 2017) – THE EGR MODULE COOLER COULD LEAK

on 17 August 2020

MINI (21/10/2014 – 26/06/2017) RECALL: Problem description: The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Module cooler could leak over time.


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Latest EU Rapex Mini Recalls

  • Mini Convertible (2022)
    on 8 July 2022

    The micro gas generator inside the seat belt retractor may not have been manufactured to specifications. This may lead to an ... . The post Mini Convertible […]

  • Mini Countryman (2022)
    on 8 July 2022

    The micro gas generator inside the seat belt retractor may not have been manufactured to specifications. This may lead to an ... . The post Mini Countryman […]

  • Mini Clubman (2022)
    on 8 July 2022

    The micro gas generator inside the seat belt retractor may not have been manufactured to specifications. This may lead to an ... . The post Mini Clubman (2022) […]

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