In the US, just over 43,000 Volkswagen cars are being recalled because the rearview camera may not display the image in the infotainment system.
The recall notice shows that the eMMC memory modules in the affected infotainment systems had the chip’s software flashed before it was soldered to the PCB.
It turned out that modules made using this process and with a certain type of chip do not display the image from the rearview camera on the infotainment display.
A malfunction means that the affected vehicles do not comply with the Federal Vehicle Safety Standard.
Participated in the recall of many Volkswagen models. These are 647 VW Golf GTI models built between September 23, 2020, and December 22, 2020, along with 377 Jetta GLI models built between September 23, 2020, February 11, 2022, and 1295 Tiguan PA cars built between August 4, 2021, and January. June 27, 2022 (1295 pcs.).
The same list included 6,786 copies of Atlas Cross Sports produced from July 15, 2020, to February 10, 2022, 12,578 Atlas FL cars produced from June 15, 2020, to February 8, 2022, 1,100 Jetta NF cars that appeared from October 1, 2020, to January 14, 2022, One Jetta PA from April 19, 2022. The report also indicates that 685 Arteon FL machines were built from September 23, 2020, to July 29, 2021, 2,882 copies of the Taos model rolled off the assembly line from March 26, 2021, to December 26, 2021, and 16,740 Tiguan LWB models built from September 2, 2020, to December 4, 2021.
Volkswagen will solve the problem by installing updated infotainment software on the affected vehicles. This will eliminate the Under voltage problem that caused the malfunction. Both dealers and owners will be notified no later than September 16, 2022.