- Vauxhall finds steering problem - advises not to drive certain cars
- 3,000 vehicles are expected to be affected
- Adam, Corsa and Corsavan company car drivers could all be affected
Vauxhall is warning retail buyers and company car drivers of the Adam, Corsa and Corsavan registered after May 2014 not to drive before getting their vehicle inspected.
A fault has been found with a steering system part following routine quality control at the vehicle manufacturing plant in Eisenach, Germany.
If you think your company car could be affected you should either visit www.vauxhall.co.uk/recall.html or call the Customer Assistance Centre on 0800 026 0034 for guidance on how to check your car to determine if it is within the chassis number range of the recall.
Vauxhall has joined forces with the AA to help customers determine if their vehicle is affected. You can call them on 0800 55 33 88 between 07.00 and midnight, seven days a week for advice.
If your company car is affected, AA will arrange to take your car to a Vauxhall dealer and if required, will arrange a replacement.
Around 3,000 vehicles are expected to have been affected and at time of writing no accidents or injuries have been reported relating to this instance.