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Bosch Brake Disc Rotor
Aftermarket part for Holden Colorado & Isuzu D-max

Date posted

The Hazard

Cracking of the brake disc rotor hub may occur in some instances where the wall thickness in the neck area is thinner than expected.

If the product cracks the vehicle could experience reduced braking capacity which may increase the risk of an accident occurring.

What to do

Stop using the potentially defective product and vehicles fitted with the product.

For vehicles fitted with the product, consumers should return the vehicle to the vehicle dealer which fitted it or their nearest dealer.

Products not fitted to a vehicle may be returned for a refund.

Product Identifiers

Sold at Holden dealers from March 2017 to October 2019

Bosch Brake Disc Rotors
Designed for fitment on the front axle of selected Holden Colorado and Isuzu D-Max
models manufactured from 2011.

Part number 0986479V29 with manufacturing dates from January 2017 - August 2019
(numbers 717 - 956)

Supplier Contact

Robert Bosch (Australia) Pty Ltd
Email 0800 543 356 Visit their site

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