Over 23,000 Ferraris under review for possible brake failure!

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According to the latest information provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the US. (NHTSA, for acronym in English), 19 Ferrari models manufactured from 2005 must undergo a review of their brakes before a possible failure.

Calls for review or recalls are usually more common than one thinks, but seeing it in a brand as recognized as Ferrari is deeply striking, even more so if the fault affects 25% of all Ferraris manufactured.

The Italian brand made a general recall of no less than 23,555 units due to a possible brake fluid leak. As detailed in the agency itself, β€œit is possible that the brake fluid reservoir cap is not properly ventilated, creating a vacuum inside it and causing a brake fluid leak that can lead to a partial or total loss of function. brake”.

Among the models that would be affected are the Ferrari F8 Spider (manufactured between 2020-2022), Ferrari LaFerrari (2013-2015), Ferrari F8 Tributo (2020-2022), Ferrari California (2009-2017), Ferrari F430 (2005 -2009), Ferrari Portofino (2019-2022), ferrari rome (2021-2022), among others.

In total there are 19 models that could present this fault and the solution within everything is simple, since the cover for the brake fluid reservoir must be replaced and then perform a software update to update the warning message at the level of brake fluid.

It should be noted that this type of failure must be done free of charge and Ferrari must take care of covering all the expenses.

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