Aston Martin makes a safety recall to its vehicles

Posted on Thursday, 7 October 2010 , 19:10:57 byEmil

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Aston Martin makes a safety recall to its vehicles

The National Traffic Safety Administration has recently received a letter from the British sportscar maker, Aston Martin, in which the latter announces several problems that are likely to appear at 1,090 DB9, V8 Vantage and DBS vehicles which were built between 2007 and 2008. The British car maker makes a safety recall that will begin on or even before October 18th this year, as they strongly believe that the camber which holds the front bottom suspension arm could crank along its shank. Furthermore, the driver of such a car model could find himself in the danger of loosing the ability to steer, because of the lower control arm moving freely, thus increasing a crash threat. In the letter, the British producers state that the loosening of the control arm would cause a metallic rattling sound and drivers should not get concerned for the moment, as after respecting the safety recall, everything will get back to normal.
It is important to mention that the defected was detected while the car was being tested by the company, and customer complaints have not been received so far, but he safety recall seems necessary for the driver may not lose complete steering, but a looser handling is likely to appear.
It is natural to think that the necessary replacements will be made free of charge.


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