Seat – UK Recalls Summary

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


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Recent Seat UK Recalls

SEAT e-Mii (2020) – DAMAGED BATTERY CELLS

on 25 November 2020

SEAT e-Mii (12/05/2020 – 18/06/2020) RECALL: Problem description: On affected vehicles, damaged battery cells could have been installed in the high … .

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

on 18 March 2020

SEAT IBIZA (22/08/2019 – 03/02/2020) RECALL: Problem description: It is possible that engine oil reaches the brake servo through the vacuum … .

SEAT ALHAMBRA (2015) – A CONDENSER IN THE AIRBAG CONTROL UNIT

on 5 December 2019

SEAT ALHAMBRA (21/04/2015 – 11/12/2015) RECALL: Problem description: A condenser may fail because of inadequate heat treatment in the airbag control … .


If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with a Seat UK dealer or workshop that’s been officially authorised to perform repairs on behalf of the manufacturer.

If you wish to know more about possible problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

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Latest EU Rapex Seat Recalls

  • Seat Mii Electric (2020)
    on 21 December 2020

    Damaged battery cells may cause a short circuit within a battery module due to an electrolyte leak. This may lead to ... . The post Seat Mii Electric (2020) […]

  • Seat Arona (2020)
    on 30 June 2020

    The double buckle for the safety belts can be defective. This will impair the safety belts’ restraining effect, increasing the risk ... . The post Seat Arona […]

  • Seat Ibiza (2020)
    on 30 June 2020

    The double buckle for the safety belts can be defective. This will impair the safety belts’ restraining effect, increasing the risk ... . The post Seat Ibiza […]

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