2012 Alfa Romeo Mito recalled for brake fix

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has recalled the model-year 2012 Alfa Romeo Mito over concerns that a non-compliant piping connector could cause the brakes to fail.

The manufacturer reports that in some vehicles, the brake booster piping connector may not comply with relevant standards.

As a result, the brakes may not function correctly, which could lead to an accident.

Fiat Chrysler Australia will notify owners of affected units to take their vehicles to their local Alfa Romeo dealer where the recall work will be conducted.

The company has yet to confirm how many vehicles are affected. CarAdvice has contacted FCA for details and we will update this article as information comes to hand.

Following this week’s Fiat/Abarth 500 and Fiat Ducato recalls, the Mito recall is the eleventh recall notice issued by FCA this year.

For more information customers can contact FCA Australia on 1300 133 079.

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