Vauxhall warn of wonky Corsas
After a routine quality control assessment in their plants in Germany and Spain, the company spotted issues with some of the models registered since May.
The car company quickly issued a warning to customers - approximately 3000 of the possibly hooky models are said to have been sold - that they should not drive the cars until they have been inspected.
"Vauxhall puts the safety and convenience of its customers first and, as this condition concerns their safety, the company is taking immediate action" Vauxhall has said in \ statement.
They've also told owners to head to the Vauxhall website to see if their vehicle is one of the ones affected by the issues raised.
Vauxhall said: "As a precaution, these vehicles should not be driven prior to inspection. Vauxhall puts the safety and convenience of its customers first and as this condition concerns their safety, the company is taking immediate action."
"Customers can call the Vauxhall customer assistance centre for advice on 0800 026 0034 between 9am and 5.30pm."