2021 Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo recalled

2021 Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo recalled

The fault could result in a short in the wiring harness, according to the recall notification.

Mercedes-Benz Australia has recalled 33 copies of its 2021 Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo Motorhome, citing a manufacturing defect that could result in a short circuit.

That recall notificationfiled with the Department of Infrastructure, says, “Due to a manufacturing issue, the wiring harness may become damaged and cause a malfunction or a short circuit. This could cause a vehicle fire.

“A vehicle fire could increase the risk of an accident resulting in serious injury or death to the vehicle occupants and/or other road users.”

Recall notification date September 7, 2022
Make Mercedes Benz
model Marco Polo
Year 2021
vehicles affected 33
VIN list click here to download the list of affected VINs
contact link click here to contact the manufacturer

In 2021 Mercedes-Benz recorded 46 Marco Polo motorhomes as sold.

A full list of vehicle identification numbers for the 33 vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.

Mercedes-Benz advises owners of affected vehicles to contact the nearest authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer as soon as possible to have the work carried out free of charge.

Owners can use Mercedes-Benz Australia online booking service by clicking on here.

To have your vehicle checked, click to find the nearest Mercedes-Benz partner here.

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