Faulty airbags, fires and failing roof rails are the reasons behind three new safety recalls launched by car manufacturers.
The biggest of the three recalls affects 2265 Mazda Premacy, 6 and 6 estate models. Mazda has found that the airbag warning light could come on and deactivate the safety system. In some instances the airbag could deploy unintentionally.
Cars carrying the following VIN numbers are potentially affected:
JMZCP19**01169960 to JMZCP19**01316419
JMZGG1***31107869 to JMZGG1***31118272
JMZGY19R231100112 to JMZGY19R231101059
JMZGY19R201100116 to JMZGY19F201100118
JMZGG1***01106593 to JMZGG1***01118326
JMZCP19**21300011 to JMZCP19**21316449
Volvo wants to inspect 392 S60, V70, XC70 and XC90 cars because the cooling fan may malfunction and lead to a fire in the engine bay.
Cars carrying the following VIN numbers are covered by the recall:
00000000000640517 to 00000000000643625
00000000000266511 to 00000000000268052
00000000000622372 to 00000000000624377
00000000000362278 to 00000000000366398
Finally, Alfa is contacting the owners of 81 159 models because aftermarket roof rails could vibrate and break the car's roof rail channels.
VIN numbers of potentially affected cars are as follows:
ZAR93900007001091 to ZAR93900007058612
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