The potential issue could cause, in rare cases, the breaking pedal disconnecting from the breaking system
Mercedes-Benz has announced it is recalling nearly one million vehicles around the world due to potential problems with their breaking system.
The German auto giant said the potential issue could cause, in rare cases, the breaking pedal disconnecting from the breaking system.
The vehicles being recalled were built between 2004 and 2015 with models from its ML and GL series of SUVs and R-Class luxury minivans being affected.
The company has said the breaks have what is called "advanced corrosion" and has affected 993,000 vehicles which have been recalled immediately and will be inspected with parts replaced if necessary.
In February of last year, Mercedes recalled more than one million vehicles due to a defect with their emergency call feature. The system that alerted emergency services of accidents was sending the wrong location but was quickly fixed through a wireless download using the car's existing mobile data connection.
Gallery: Foyle Cycling Club Mizen to Malin Cycle 2022
32 members of Foyle Cycling Club completed a challenging five-day cycle from Mizen Head to Malin Head on June 22.
They were raising money for two great local charities: Foyle Search and Rescue and HURT. All donations greatly appreciated.
Donations can be made HERE.
Photographs courtesy of Marcas Ó Murchú.
Fergal Tuffy of the the Foyle Cycling Club.
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