Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Chongqing Changan Automobile plans to recall a total of 252,087 vehicles from March 2, according to the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China.
The recall involves part of new CS75 models manufactured between July 26, 2016 and February 24, 2018, with a total volume of 252,087 units. The model went on sale in April, 2014.
It is the defect in the electronic control unit (ECU) that triggered the recall. Under extreme conditions, ECU of recalled vehicles lakes control over the engine’s fuel injection strategy adjustment. When the vehicle is in a low temperature environment or at a low speed for a long time, the liquid gasoline in the engine oil cannot evaporate in time. Consequently, the engine oil will increase with the passage of time. If the owner overlooks the engine oil alarm, the engine will be damaged and cause safety hazard after continuous running.
The automaker will check the recalled vehicle and update the ECU software and the engine cooling system to eliminate the potential safety risk. The automaker also said if the engine oil alarm light is on before the recall, the owner had better contact the nearest Changan service station for help.
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