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Vauxhall is recalling a further 47,000 Zafira ‘B’ models over fears faulty heating systems could cause a fire.
The second-generation Zafira, which was built between 2005 and 2014, was originally recalled in 2015 over a similar issue.
Some 235,000 cars were called back in two separate actions, with Vauxhall originally considering only models with older air-conditioning systems to be affected.
The fault has previously caused 168 Zafiras to catch fire.
Now, the carmaker has identified that Zafira B models with electronic climate control systems may also pose a potential fire risk.
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