Mitsubishi Recall Information

Unless a recall makes headline news, like the Takata airbag situation, you might not hear of it. For a vehicle issue, you'll receive a letter from the manufacturer if you've registered your car and your mailing address is up to date. For equipment recalls, it can be harder to track down the owners of affected equipment. This tool lets you quickly and easily check for recalls relevant to your vehicle- all you need is your Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN.

At Wantagh Mitsubishi, we are committed to your safety. We want all of our customers to be safe in their vehicles, so we've provided this tool to make it easier for customers to check recall information for their cars. We hope it inspires drivers all over Long Island to stay current on recall work- from Massapequa to Smithtown to Medford, any Mitsubishi recall can be fixed right here in Wantagh.

Where to Find the VIN

It might be easiest to find the VIN on your vehicle's registration card or perhaps on your insurance card. Otherwise, you'll find it on the driver's side of the vehicle, in the corner of the dashboard near the windshield. If you open the driver's side door, you can also find the VIN on the door post.

Are recalls important?

It would be easy to believe that once a car has made it out of the factory and into someone's driveway, it must already be as safe as can be and that won't change. Most of the time, this is the case- manufacturers test their vehicles extensively and do their best to ensure safety from the get-go. Occasionally, though, a problem can slip through and get discovered later. Recalls are only done for safety issues, so yes: if your vehicle is subject to a recall, it is very important to follow up with us and ensure that any issues are resolved. It's a matter of your safety, so we urge you to contact us as soon as you can so we can perform any recall work.

What should I do if there's a recall on my vehicle?

If you've entered your VIN here and learned of a recall that affects your Mitsubishi, please call us. We will have more information about the issue and can let you know if there's anything you can do to be safer while driving until you can come in for the service to fix the problem. Recall repairs are provided by the manufacturer, so you won't have to pay for parts or labor associated with the recall.