Jan 2012

Fisker Automotive Recall According to the WSJ>

According to the WSJ, Fisker Automotive, maker of the high-end Karma plug-in hybrid car, said it has already fixed most of the cars affected by a recent recall related to possible problems with the cooling systems for their battery packs.

The car maker said technicians have either fixed a flawed hose-clamp assembly or replaced the vehicles’ battery packs. Fisker said the work was done within two weeks of the company becoming aware of the problem. Repairs made under safety recalls typically take months, not weeks, to complete. However, recalls usually involve thousands of vehicles.

Read full story here on the WSJ.

Photo from Fisker Automotive.