Mercedes-Benz GLC, EQC and E-Class recalled

Due to faulty electrical connectors of the side crash sensors, Mercedes-Benz is recalling a total of 17 GLC-Class, E-Class and EQC models.

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Mercedes-Benz is recalling 17 examples of certain GLC, EQC and E-Class models due to faulty electrical connectors of the side crash sensors.

This fault is limited to GLC, EQC and E-Class models from the 2020 model year.

“The electrical connectors of the side crash sensors may not meet manufacturing specifications,” the company says in its recall notice.

“These sensors are used to determine when to deploy the airbags in the event of an accident. If the sensors do not operate as designed, it may result in a delay in the operation of the airbags.”

Mercedes-Benz is contacting affected owners to advise them to schedule a free fix at their nearest dealer.

If you’re an affected owner and you have any further questions, you can contact the Mercedes-Benz Customer Assistance Centre on 1300 300 896.

MORE: Everything Mercedes-Benz GLC
MORE: Everything Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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