Volkswagen has announced a voluntary recall for its 2011 model year Jetta sedan in the USA due to a defect in the wiring system controlling the anti-theft alarm system and horn. The German company said that in some instances an electric short in the horn could, which in turn could cause the engine to stall, adding that no injuries or accidents have been reported as a result of this problem.
The recall affects sixth generation Jetta sedan vehicles built between March of 2010 and March of 2011. According to the company, a total of 71,043 cars are affected by the recall. VW will notify owners by mail.