SKODA SUPERB – SOME ELECTRONIC FUNCTIONS MAY FAIL – WORST CASE ENGINE MAY CUT OUT

Published on 5 August 2018
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SKODA SUPERB ( 01/05/2015 –  01/12/2015) DEFECT:  Due to an incorrectly locked cable clamp at the fuse box certain functions such as vehicle start boot lid and dash board warning lights may not operate. It is also possible the engine may cut out.


Remedy: On affected vehicles inspect the cable clamp and where necessary correctly fit.





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Recall Launch Date 23/12/2015
Recall No R/2016/005
Make SKODA
Model SUPERB
Recall Model Information Superb III
Manufacturer Ref 97BN
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Build start 01/05/2015
Build end 01/12/2015
Vehicle numbers 1759

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