On February 23, during a test drive at the MC20 assembly plant in Italy, Maserati discovered a problem with the rear lights on two vehicles. Subsequent research has shown that a problem with the metal-oxide-semiconductor transistor (MOSFET) in the PCB of the LED backlight of Magna Lighting, a supplier of taillights, causes an involuntary flicker in them.
For the repair, Maserati states that it will replace all the luminaires with new ones, which have the right MOSFET integrated in the circuit board. The Italian carmaker further notes that the rear lights of recalled cars do not meet the requirements of the safety standard FMVSS 108 S7.3.5, which states that the manufacturer must provide steady-state brake lights.
A total of 56 cars are recalled, released in the United States of America, and manufactured between November 5, 2021 and February 28, 2022. The scheduled date of notification of dealers and customers is June 3.
Source: Autoblog.gr by www.autoblog.gr.
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