MOT Checks from vehicle manufacturers starting with O

Analysis of MOT checks of makes starting with O

We have analyised over 111,322 checks starting with O

Some examples of the most common issues are:
Rear Brake pipe leaking  Occurs:11 times
Offside Front Seat belt locking mechanism does not secure or release  Occurs:27 times
Offside Rear Anti-roll bar rubber bush deteriorated resulting in excessive movement  Occurs:23 times
Nearside Front Road wheel bead rim badly distorted  Occurs:41 times
Fuel cap/sealing device does not fasten securely maintaining the sealing arrangement  Occurs:221 times
Nearside Front Lower Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated resulting in excessive movement  Occurs:29 times
Nearside Rear Front position lamp not working  Occurs:22 times
Nearside Front Seat belt locking mechanism does not secure or release  Occurs:21 times
Nearside Brake cable has wires broken and is significantly weakened  Occurs:95 times
Offside Front Shock absorber has a serious fluid leak  Occurs:103 times
Offside Rear Lower Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded  Occurs:23 times
Offside Front Headlamp not working on dipped beam (4.1.1 (a) (ii)) Occurs:11 times
All position lamps not working  Occurs:21 times
Rear Exhaust mounting missing  Occurs:116 times
Power steering component leaking  Occurs:62 times
Nearside Rear fog lamp not working  Occurs:11 times
Service brake efficiency below requirements (1.2.2 (a) (i)) Occurs:11 times
Nearside Headlamp has a product on the lens so that the light output is severely reduced  Occurs:35 times
Nearside Front Suspension arm ball joint excessively worn ai Occurs:15 times
Steering system excessively tight  Occurs:19 times
Front Exhaust has a major leak of exhaust gases  Occurs:407 times
Offside Rear fog lamp missing  Occurs:147 times
Nearside Headlamp excessively damaged so that the light output is severely reduced  Occurs:40 times
Offside Rear brake caliper has restricted free movement  Occurs:19 times
Nearside Front Upper Anti-roll bar ball joint dust cover excessively damaged so that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt  Occurs:13 times
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