Mercedes is Recalling Certain Vehicles Due to Sunroof Bonding May Allow Water to Leak in

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V912000
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC.
Potential Number of Units Affected 13
Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (Mercedes) is recalling certain 2018-2019 GLA250 and GLA250 4MATIC vehicles. The sunroof bonding may allow water to leak into the vehicle.
Mercedes has notified owners, and dealers will inspect the bonding of the panorama sliding sunroof and the electrical contacts of the window air bag on the affected vehicles, replacing the components as necessary, free of charge. An interim letter was mailed February 13, 2019, to notify owners of the issue. A second letter will be sent once the repair is available. Owners may contact Mercedes customer service at 1-800-367-6372.
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