Audi Recalls One Million Cars

Audi recalls one million cars because of fire safety concerns. The recall is happening due to faulty electric coolant pumps. These coolant pumps have the potential to overheat and a fire could occur.

The following Audi vehicles are included in the recall: A4 (2013 to 2016), A5 (2013 to 2017), A6 (2012 to 2015), and the 2013 to 2017 Q5 SUV.

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Your Audi dealership will replace coolant pumps for free if you are a part of this recall. If you have any issues with the manufacturer replacing the pump for free, give us a call at (877)955-3666 to file a claim with Lemon Law Associates.

 

Recall on the 2017 Honda CR-V

There’s a recall on the 2017 Honda CR-V, with approximately 8,100 vehicles affected.

2017 Honda CR-V Recall Information

There is an issue with the fuel supply pipe. It could have been manufactured incorrectly. That makes it possible for a disconnection and leak to occur while the car is moving.

This can result in an engine stall, leading to a higher risk of a collision. It can also result in a fuel leak which raises the risk for fire.

Owners will be notified by Honda mid-January and dealerships will replace the fuel supply pipe for free.

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If the dealer requests or requires a payment for the part replacement, call the Lemon Law Associates today at (877) 955-3666.