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Recall: No. 1 of 17
Recall Ref: R1995/089
Exact Model: And Jetta II
VIN: 1GLW16006 TO 1GMW826935
Build Date: August 1989 to 1991
Numbers: 49273
Defect: Operation of the vehicle for prolonged periods with the cooling system at very high temperatures can result in cooling system damage which in rare instances may cause rupturing on the heat exchanger. In consequence high temperature coolant may enter the passenger compartment with the risk of scalding to front seat occupants.
Action: Recall the affected vehicles for the fitment of a bypass valve to the heat exchanger inlet and a non-return valve to the system. At the same time the heat exchanger box will be lined with absorbent foam.
Launch Date: 25 January 1996
Recall: No. 2 of 17
Recall Ref: R/2003/014
Exact Model: Bora Golf
Build Date:
Numbers: 69778
Defect: The brake servo vacuum supply pipe may crack and leak. This could result in a loss of power assistance and require the driver to apply a lot more force to the brake pedal.
Action: Examine the condition of the vacuum supply pipe and fit an improved quality replacement where necessary.
Launch Date: 26 March 2003
Recall: No. 3 of 17
Recall Ref: R/2004/211
Exact Model: Bora Golf Sharan Passat Polo New Beetle and Touran
Description: Bolts of the tandem fuel pump cover may break
Build Date:
Numbers: 49680
Defect: It is advised that on some vehicles fitted with a 3 and 4 cylinder pump injector engine, the bolts of the tandem fuel pump cover may break due to a bolt production fault. As a result, the pump housing will not be tight, and a diesel fuel leak may occur.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the pump checked for being of a certain manufacture. If found to be within the affected range, the pump housing cover bolts will be replaced.
Launch Date: 03 March 2005

Manufacturer contact details:
Volkswagen UK
Yeomans Drive, Blakelands, Milton Keynes, MK14 5AN
0800 0833 914


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