Multiple models caught up in three separate recalls.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission are overseeing the latest round of recalls launched for car models sold in Australia.
TM models of the Barina, manufactured between July and September last year and fitted with the 1.6 litre petrol engine/automatic transmission combo, need to be returned to Holden dealerships to have a Body Control Module replaced.
Holden has identified a condition where potentially the Brake/Stop lamps may illuminate for a short period of time without the brake pedal being depressed.
Holden Dealerships will replace the module free of charge for owners.
Owners of 3008/5008 Peugeot vehicles can expect a letter in the mail from Peugeot regarding an issue with their cars Seat Wiring Harness.
Affecting the wiring harness on the driver’s seat, the ACCC say affected vehicles may exhibit friction wear on the driver’s seat wiring harness. This could potentially cause an electrical malfunction or localised overheating.
Peugeot dealerships will inspect and replace the harness if required, free of charge.
A number of current Jaguar models could develop a fracture in the vehicles rear sub-frame.
Affecting 2014 models of the XJ – R and XF – RS and 2013 models of the XKRS – GT and XF – RS, the ACCC say the fault may occur after prolonged race track like use.
The ACCC warning that should the fracture occur – the vehicle will not be stable and may pose a hazard to the driver and other road users.
Owners of affected vehicles will be contacted by letter.