SEAT IBIZA (2019 – 2020) – THE BRAKE SERVO VACUUM HOSE

Published on 18 March 2020
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SEAT IBIZA (22/08/2019 – 03/02/2020) RECALL:

Problem description:
It is possible that engine oil reaches the brake servo through the vacuum hose from the tandem pump to the brake servo.


Remedy: The vacuum line from the tandem pump is replaced. It must also be checked whether other components have come into contact with oil and therefore need to be replaced too.



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Recall Launch Date18/03/2020
Recall NoR/2020/090
MakeSEAT
ModelIBIZA
Recall Model InformationIBIZA
Manufacturer Ref47P9
VIN startVSSZZZKJZLR019656
VIN endVSSZZZKJZLR136999
Build start22/08/2019
Build end03/02/2020
Vehicle numbers860

What the owner should do?

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