Mercedes-Benz Hybrid Recall; The Company Calls Back Electric Vehicles Due to Possible Malfunction
Recently, Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) announced its recall on seven model year 2020 GLC 350e Hybrid Electric vehicles,
According to reports, the vehicle’s high-voltage wiring harness shield couldn’t possibly withstand the electrical loads produced under certain driving conditions.
If this happens, it could lead to an electrical malfunction, leading to a stall. Furthermore, a vehicle stall increases the chance of a collision.
Are you an owner of the Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e Hybrid Electric Vehicle? Have you experienced the same issue mentioned above? Let us know your thoughts about it.
What You Need To Do
The Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) confirmed that they will inform the owners of this recall. Meanwhile, dealers will take charge in replacing the high-voltage wiring harness free of charge.
This recall is set to start on December 1, 2020.
For other consumers who have additional questions, they may call the MBUSA customer service at (800) 367-6372.
Editor’s note on The Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e Recall:
This piece is to inform you about The Mercedes-Benz Hybrid Recall.
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