Report: Mercedes recalls some cars from Kecskemét plant
German car manufacturer Mercedes is recalling some of the vehicles that were produced at its Hungarian plant in Kecskemét, because wheels on the right side of the cars could fall off while in motion, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported today.
Cars that were manufactured on December 8, 2015 are being recalled as the automated process of tightening screws on the wheels left some of the screws loose and wheels could fall off during use as result, origo.hu reported.
Only B class Mercedeses and CLA-s that were produced on December 8 are involved in the recall. The actual number of vehicles being recalled was not revealed in reports.
The recall is necessary in order to monitor the screws and the running gear, origo.hu added.
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