Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG Recalls
The seat belt extenders may not retract as intended, and may break in a crash. This would increase risk of occupant injury.
The low beam headlights may not be properly adjusted, reducing visibility for the driver. This could result in an accident.
The headlights may not have been aimed properly during vehicle production. This could result in reduced driver's visibility and increase risk of a crash.
The front seat belts may be installed improperly. The right side belt may be located on the left side, and the left side on the right side. This can cause difficulty securing passengers safely.
The engine may stall when slowing down to a stop, such as when coming to a stop sign or traffic light. This could be misinterpreted as normal function of the "ECO-Start" function which shuts down the engine when stopping to save on fuel consumption. Stalling of the engine without restart would lead to possible loss of vehicle control.
A fuel leak can develop due to an error in the manufacturing process of the fuel filter.
The system that monitors tire air pressure may malfunction and not illuminate a warning light all times low pressure is noticed. This can result in unintended low air pressure or imminent tire failure that goes unnoticed.
On fifty-four Mercedes S-Class models, the door locks may not operate as expected. This situation could affect the safe exiting of the vehicle in a crash or the protection against the accidental opening of the rear door by a child.
An internal fault with the module that controls certain vehicle functions may cause it to fail, increasing the risk of a crash.