Maruti Suzuki Recalls 5,002 Units Of Super Carry To Fix Co-Driver Seat
It is suspected that there is a possible defect in torquing of a bolt, which in a rare case, may loosen in the long run.
Maruti Suzuki India on Friday said it will recall 5,002 units of its light commercial vehicle Super Carry to inspect and fix faulty co-driver seat.
The affected lot has been manufactured between May 4 and July 30, 2022, the country's largest carmaker said in a regulatory filing.
"The recall is being undertaken for inspection and torquing of a bolt attached to seat belt buckle bracket of co-driver seat," it said.
It is suspected that there is a possible defect in bolt torquing, which in a rare case, may loosen in the long run, the company stated.
Affected vehicle owners will be receiving communication from Maruti Suzuki authorised workshops for inspection and repair, it added.