CITROEN C5 – ENGINE MAY OVERHEAT

Published on 5 August 2018
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CITROEN C5 ( 01/12/2014 –  08/04/2015) DEFECT:  The engine electronic cooling management control strategy and the maximum temperature alert threshold could cause the engine to overheat. This could result in a warning light and a message being displayed on the instrument panel.


Remedy: On affected vehicles download a new engine management software in order to modify the cooling management parameters to improve the control of the engine operating temperature.





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Recall Launch Date 13/02/2018
Recall No R/2018/049
Make CITROEN
Model C5
Recall Model Information
Manufacturer Ref GFJ
VIN start VF7******EJ800942
VIN end VF7******FY529667
Build start 01/12/2014
Build end 08/04/2015
Vehicle numbers 2098

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