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2024 – 05- 28
Aston Martin DBX (2020 – 2023)
Recall # RA-63-1832

The fixings for the fuse box cables can be incorrectly torqued, causing the cables to become loose. This can lead to an electrical power loss in the vehicle or cause heat damage to the fuse box. Loss of electrical power can result in the engine stalling or loss of headlights, power assisted steering or other vehicle functions. This can increase the risk of accidents and injuries. Heat damage to the fuse box can cause smoke in the trunk, increasing the risk of fire.

The Aston Martin DBX vehicles affected by this recall were manufactured between 7 May 2020 and 30 September 2023.

Aston Martin recall code: RA-63-1832  Affected models: DBX, DBX707, DBX Straight-Six
Vehicle numbers (worldwide): 10,056

Source: Rapex Alert 21/2024 A12/01320/24


2024 – 05- 17
Aston Martin DBX707 (2022 – 2023)
Recall # RA-03-1926

The hoses for the oil cooler can be faulty and burst, leading to oil leaks and an oil pressure loss. This can cause the engine to stall or stop, increasing the risk of an accident or fire (in the presence of an ignition source).

The Aston Martin DBX707 vehicles affected by this recall were manufactured between 28 September 2022 and 19 July 2023.

Aston Martin recall code: RA-03-1926  Affected models: DBX707
Vehicle numbers (worldwide): 2,054

Source: Rapex Alert 20/2024 A12/01260/24