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Ferrari Recalls More Than 23,000 Vehicles Due To Potential Brake Issues

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10,000 vehicles were recalled last year, and there have been recalls for models going back to 2005.

Due to a potential brake problem that could cause a brake failure and cause an accident, Ferrari North America has recalled 23,555 vehicles. The recall affects a total of 19 models that date back to 2005, including both limited-edition models like the LaFerrari and models produced in series like the FF, F8 Tributo, and Portofino.

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Ferrari Recalls More Than 23,000 Vehicles Due To Potential Brake Issues
Ferrari Recalls More Than 23,000 Vehicles Due To Potential Brake Issues

We contacted Ferrari’s representatives in India, and they confirmed that no units purchased here have received any official notification from Maranello regarding this problem.

Ferrari claims that the problem is caused by a brake fluid reservoir cap that isn’t working properly, which causes a vacuum to form inside the reservoir. This might lead to a potential brake fluid leak and a partial or total brake failure.

On September 24, 2022, Ferrari will begin informing its owners about the problem. A service technician will update the vehicle’s low brake fluid warning message and replace the cap on the brake fluid reservoir to resolve the issue.

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Ferrari Recalls More Than 23,000 Vehicles Due To Potential Brake Issues
Ferrari Recalls More Than 23,000 Vehicles Due To Potential Brake Issues

Ferrari had almost 10,000 of its 458 and 488 models recalled in October 2021 due to the same problem.

Currently, the Roma, F8 Tributo, F8 Spyder, Portofino M, and SF90 Stradale are Ferrari’s offerings in India. The Italian manufacturer plans to introduce the 296 GTB in India this month and the Purosangue SUV to the world in September.

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