The rearview camera may not provide an image on the infotainment system, prompting the recall of more than 43,000 Volkswagen vehicles in the US. The eMMC memory modules in the impacted infotainment systems had their chip software flashed before it was connected to the PCB, according to a recall notice. It has been discovered that modules built using this technology and a certain kind of chip do not show the image from the rear-view camera on the infotainment display.
By flashing updated infotainment software into impacted vehicles, Volkswagen will fix the problem. By doing this, the undervoltage problem that led to the malfunction will be fixed. Sometime around September 16, 2022, dealers and owners will be notified.
the Tiguan PA models built between August 4, 2021 and January 27, 2022, the Atlas Cross Sports made from July 15, 2020 to February 10, 2022, the Atlas FL models made from June 15, 2020 to February 8, the Jetta NF models made from October 1, 2020 to January 14, the one Jetta PA model built on April 19, the Arteon FLs made from September 23, 2020 to July 29, the Taos models made from March 26, 2021 to December 26, and the 16,740 Tiguan LWB models.
The recall affects 647 VW Golf GTI units produced between September 23, 2020, and December 22, 2020, as well as Jetta GLI models produced between September 23, 2020, and February 11, 2022.