Suzuki Jimny recalled

Suzuki is recalling 27 examples of its Jimny off-roader due to a faulty oil seal in the automatic transmission.

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Suzuki has recalled the 2021 Jimny due to a fault with its optional automatic transmission.

“Due to improper assembly of an oil seal in the automatic transmission, fluid may leak from the transmission which could result in a loss of drive,” the company says in its recall notice.

“A loss of drive while in use could increase the risk of an accident and injury to vehicle occupants and other road users. In the case of a serious accident this may result in death.”

  • A total of 27 vehicles are affected
  • Suzuki Australia’s VIN list is attached here and its recall notice here
  • Suzuki Queensland’s VIN list is attached here and its recall notice here

If you’re an owner of an affected vehicle, Suzuki will contact you in writing. You’ll then need to take your Jimny to your local/preferred Suzuki dealer for a free fix.

If you have any further questions or concerns you can contact Suzuki Australia on 1800 777 088 and Suzuki Queensland on 07 3623 4900.

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