Suzuki – UK Recalls Summary

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


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Recent Suzuki UK Recalls

SUZUKI JIMNY (2018) – THE FUEL PUMP

on 12 July 2021

SUZUKI JIMNY (09/05/2018 – 22/11/2018) RECALL: Problem description: The fuel feeding impeller in the fuel pump may be swollen and deformed.

SUZUKI JIMNY (2018 – 2020) – THE DOOR HARNESSES

on 12 July 2021

SUZUKI JIMNY (31/05/2018 – 02/12/2020) RECALL: Problem description: Improper design of the driver-side and the passenger-side door harnesses may affect airbag … .

SUZUKI IGNIS (2020) – THE FUEL TANK

on 13 May 2021

SUZUKI IGNIS (13/07/2020 – 24/11/2020) RECALL: Problem description: The breather pipe may not be properly welded to the fuel tank.


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Latest EU Rapex Suzuki Recalls

  • Suzuki Swift (2021 – 2022)
    on 21 March 2022

    The positive 12 Volt cable can come in contact with the negative supply wire or the bodywork and cause a short ... . The post Suzuki Swift (2021 – 2022) […]

  • Suzuki Ignis (2021 – 2022)
    on 21 March 2022

    The positive 12 Volt cable can come in contact with the negative supply wire or the bodywork and cause a short ... . The post Suzuki Ignis (2021 – 2022) […]

  • Suzuki Jimny (2018)
    on 3 July 2021

    The fuel feeding impeller in the fuel pump, which is made of resin material, may be swollen and deformed due to ... . The post Suzuki Jimny (2018) appeared […]

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