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Recall refers to a safety-related bulletin that requires the vehicle to get to the dealership for modifications. This means that the manufacturer asks the owners to return the vehicle to the dealer. The manufacturer pays for any parts or service that is required.

  • A recall notice states the full description, possible hazards that may cause the defect, when will be the repair schedule, and what the owner can do if ever the vehicle issue will not be resolved. The recall must be done with no charge to the consumer.
  • Recall notices are usually sent by mail and are regulated by EPA and DOT.
  • To verify if your vehicle is included in a recall, you may contact your nearest service dealership to check if there are existing campaigns for your that has to be resolved.