Latest Ferrari Recalls

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Ferrari Recall History

Ferrari has had some recalls in the past few years to its famous sportscars over issues like loose fuel lines, incorrectly assembled airbags and passenger seat headrests.

There were 119 vehicles recalled by Ferrari for low pressure fuel line connections. The affected 2016 488 GTB models’ connections may not have been coated correctly and be at risk of fuel vapor leaks. A simple replacement is needed to fix the issue. All remedied vehicles had been accounted for as of July 2016, per the NHTSA.

In 2015, Ferrari recalled 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia, 458 Spider, 458 Speciale, 458 Speciale A, California T, FF, F12 Berlinetta and LaFerrari vehicles over faulty airbags. The driver’s side air bag was assembled incorrectly and could deploy in a rotated orientation, increasing the risk of injury of the driver. The completion rate for the recall was 94.1 percent as of April 2017.

 A recall for 2014-2015 LaFerrari vehicles that had L32 seats standard for the passenger. The headrests on those seats could not absorb the minimum amount of energy required by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. Passengers are at increased risk of injury when sitting in those L32 seats and replacement headrests are necessary. The completion rate of this recall is 89.4 percent.

Check your Ferrari’s Vehicle Identification Number of VIN at www.nhtsa.gov/recalls to see if it has any open recalls. Owners may contact Ferrari customer service at 1-888-551-2828.

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