Skoda – UK Recalls Summary

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


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Recent Skoda UK Recalls

SKODA KODIAQ (2020) – THE BRAKE PEDAL PLATE WELDING

on 23 December 2020

SKODA KODIAQ (14/07/2020 – 17/07/2020) RECALL: Problem description: There is the possibility that there may have been an insufficient welded connection … .

SKODA CITIGO E (2020) – DAMAGED BATTERY CELLS

on 1 December 2020

SKODA CITIGO E (12/05/2020 – 18/06/2020) RECALL: Problem description: Damaged battery cells could have been installed in the high voltage battery … .

SKODA OCTAVIA (2020) – E-CALL SERVICE MAY NOT FUNCTION

on 5 June 2020

SKODA OCTAVIA (24/04/2020 – 11/05/2020) RECALL: Problem description: On affected vehicles, the e-call service may not always be functional.


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Latest EU Rapex Skoda Recalls

  • Skoda Superb (2019)
    on 3 October 2021

    The screw connection of the pushrod between the brake pedal and the brake booster may become detached. As a result, the ... . The post Skoda Superb (2019) […]

  • Skoda Karoq (2020)
    on 20 March 2021

    Due to a manufacturing error, the brake-pedal plate may not have been adequately welded and may be deformed and completely detached ... . The post Skoda Karoq […]

  • Skoda Kodiaq (2020)
    on 20 March 2021

    Due to a manufacturing error, the brake-pedal plate may not have been adequately welded and may be deformed and completely detached ... . The post Skoda Kodiaq […]

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