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Mercedes-Benz Recalls 2019–2021 Vehicles For Faulty Multimedia Systems

Mercedes-Benz will recall more than 342,000 model year 2019–2021 vehicles because of problems with multimedia systems and rearview cameras.

Affected vehicles belong to CLA-Class, GLE/GLS-Class, A-Class, E-Class, GLA/GLB-Class, GLC-Class, CLS-Class, and AMG GT-Class. The affected models are listed below.

• Mercedes-Benz A220

• Mercedes-Benz GLC350E

• Mercedes-Benz AMG A35
• Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA35
• Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA45
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC43
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC63
• Mercedes-Benz GLB250
• Mercedes-Benz GLC300
• Mercedes-Benz CLA250
• Mercedes-Benz GLE350
• Mercedes-Benz GLE450
• Mercedes-Benz GLE580
• Mercedes-Benz GLS450
• Mercedes-Benz GLS580

2021 Model Year
• Mercedes-Benz AMG CLS53
• Mercedes-Benz AMG E53
• Mercedes-Benz AMG E63S
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLA35
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLA45
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLB35
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE53
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE63S
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GLS63
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GT43
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GT53
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GT63
• Mercedes-Benz AMG GT63S
• Mercedes-Benz CLS450
• Mercedes-Benz E350
• Mercedes-Benz E450
• Mercedes-Benz GLA250
• Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS600

Mercedes received reports about rearview camera images staying blank after vehicles were shifted into reverse. In response, Mercedes opened an investigation in July 2020, initially finding no specific issues.

However, new complaints arising during the investigation showed that rearview camera images would disappear and reappear. Engineers determined that the systems may not start depending on certain conditions, and that interruptions to operations on the system’s hard drive could cause problems when the system restarts.

Notifications will be mailed July 13. Vehicle owners can have their multimedia system software updated at the dealership or through over-the-air updates.


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However, we cannot help those who reside outside of California or purchased their vehicle outside of California unless they are active duty members of the Armed Forces, nor will we be able to refer those to a lemon law firm in their states.

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