Recall number R/2020/348


There are 2 SEAT vehicles affected by the recall R/2020/348.

This recall was issued on November 25th, 2020 and all the details of this SEAT recall (R/2020/348 - DAMAGED BATTERY CELLS COULD HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN THE HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY WHICH COULD LEAD TO A THERMAIL OVERLOAD) are provided bellow:



Recall reference

R/2020/348

Recall Type

Car

Recall Date

2020-11-25

Reason for concern

DAMAGED BATTERY CELLS COULD HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN THE HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY WHICH COULD LEAD TO A THERMAIL OVERLOAD

Reason for recall

On affected vehicles damaged battery cells could have been installed in the high voltage battery which could lead to a thermal overload.

Remedy

Replace the batteries.

How to check if the vehicle is recalled

Contact the local SEAT dealership or manufacturer. You will not need to pay for anything involving the recall.

How the manufacturer will repair

The Recalled vehicles will have the fixing checked and corrected as necessary by and official SEAT service.

SEAT Reference ID

93J4

Number of affected SEAT cars

2

SEAT vehicles affected

ModelVINsDates
e-MiiVSSZZZAAZLD502870 to VSSZZZAAZLD5029312020-05-19

to

2020-05-19


Others recall actions for SEAT

Currently there are 17 models of vehicles manufactured by SEAT that have recall actions in UK.

This is the list of affected models from SEAT.

Select the model to see all the details relevant to that model.

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