20,000-plus GM Korea, Audi and VW vehicles recalledGM Korea, Volkswagen and Audi are recalling more than 20,000 vehicles, including 14,261 Tosca 2.0 LPG units made by GM Korea between May 29, 2007, and March 30, 2009, due to faults in pressure sensors on vaporizers and idle control valves.
Volkswagen is recalling 3,571 Tiguans at risk of disconnection of signal light fuses and 1,985 units of Golf, Jetta and Polo produced between October 2012 and June for potential problems with transmission fuses. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said accumulated residue of oil could cause the fuses to short and affect delivery of power to wheels.
Audi is recalling 256 units of the A8 and S8 due to the risk of breaking glass in sunroofs, while 284 units of the S6 and S7 are have been recalled due to problems with fuel filter connecting pipes.
Meanwhile, BMW is recalling 165 units of the K 1600 GT and K 1600 GTL motorcycles because of flaws in the program that controls air flow in the engine.
All repairs will be performed free of charge at authorized service centers.
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