Renault – UK Recalls Summary

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


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Recent Renault UK Recalls

RENAULT ZOE (2021) – INTERNAL SHORT CURCUIT

on 18 January 2022

RENAULT ZOE (13/01/2021 – 22/02/2021) RECALL: Problem description: Risk of internal short-circuit to the battery.

RENAULT MASTER (2021) – THE REAR RIGHT BRAKE CALIPER

on 20 July 2021

RENAULT MASTER (10/02/2021 – 26/02/2021) RECALL: Problem description: Vehicles may be equipped and fitted with the incorrect rear right brake caliper.

RENAULT MASTER (2018 – 2019) – THE FUEL SUPPLY HOSE

on 14 April 2021

RENAULT MASTER (02/01/2018 – 24/04/2019) RECALL: Problem description: Contact of the fuel supply hose with the cylinder head cover causing hose … .


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Latest EU Rapex Renault Recalls

  • Renault Arkana (2019 – 2021)
    on 25 March 2022

    Due to a faulty calibration of the electronic power steering computer, overheating may occur. This can lead to a possible loss ... . The post Renault Arkana […]

  • Renault Zoe (2021)
    on 11 February 2022

    The battery may stop working properly during the charging cycle or rolling vehicle, causing an internal short circuit. This will lead ... . The post Renault […]

  • Renault Twingo (2019 – 2021)
    on 29 November 2021

    The outer skin of the bonnet may not be properly connected to its structure. As a result, it could become detached ... . The post Renault Twingo (2019 – […]

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