Mercedes-Benz has supposedly reviewed near 13,000 of its GLE and GLS SUVs in the United States over a potential fault in the electrical systems in these vehicles. The issue evidently has to do with the optional illuminated Mercedes-Benz star logo of these vehicles which were manufactured between December of 2018 and February of 2020.
US media reports referred to a document on the website of the nation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration which apparently pointed towards the review orders. These reports featured that the issue is essentially in the way wherein the star logo’s electrical ground connection has been installed. This might potentially affect different parts like the power steering unit, wiper engine just as one of the two headlights which share a similar electrical ground association.
The review is supposed to be voluntary and no accidents or wounds have been accounted for because of this shortcoming up until now.
Reports additionally guarantee that the review was planned for earlier this year however had been deferred because of Covid-19-related factors.
For now, Mercedes-Benz dealers in the nation have been educated regarding the review with proprietors of perhaps influenced vehicles to be reached hereon.
GLE and GLS SUVs are two of the most popular in the lineup of Mercedes – in the US just as in other international markets.
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