Trevor Collett | Oct 20, 2016

Mercedes-Benz has issued its second recall for the week, this time targeting the industrial Unimog.

A weakness may exist with the seat mounting bracket, which may thinner than specification on certain examples.

Should this be the case, the bracket may fail and the integrated seat belt may not be able to function as intended. This could pose a risk to the vehicle’s occupants.

A total of 11 Unimogs are on the recall list in Australia, and all are examples are from the 437 series.

Earlier this week, Mercedes-Benz recalled its S 350 luxury model, due to a potential problem with the transmission wiring.

Mercedes-Benz will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recall should contact their local dealer.

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