The 2015 Volkswagen Jetta models are the subject of a recall which has been announced recently by the German based automaker, because of a problem with the halogen headlights.
According to the car company, the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta is being recalled these days. VW says that the 2015 model year is being affected in approximately 50,000 vehicles. The problem has been spotted on the halogen headlights which can contain faulty software in the control module which may lead to shutting off the low-beam headlights when the high beams will be engaged and if left as it is, the cars will fail to meet the FMVSS regulations.
Volkswagen says that the driver’s vision may be impaired because of the issue with the halogen headlights and this can increase the risk of an accident. Owners of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta will be notified by Volkswagen of America and an appointment will be made with the company’ dealers, who will update the software in the affected control modules at no charge. The carmaker hasn’t announced an exact date for when the recall will begin so for any extra details on the subject, owners should contact their local Volkswagen dealer.