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Mercedes-Benz M-Class recall

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2002 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

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27th November, 2011

Some 7,489 Mercedes-Benz M-Class vehicles, manufactured between August 1999 and June 2004, are subject to a recall.

A faulty brake light switch may lead to the cruise control not disengaging when tapping the brake pedal. The cruise control can still be disengaged via the cruise control lever or by applying the brakes fully. The failure of the cruise control to disengage may lead to an accident if the driver fails to recognise that the cruise control didn't disengage.

Mercedes-Benz Australia will contact relevant owners (where possible). Otherwise owners are advised to contact their authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer to have the the brake light switch replaced free of charge.


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