MOT Checks from vehicle manufacturers starting with S

Analysis of MOT checks of makes starting with S

We have analyised over 21,921,308 checks starting with S

Some examples of the most common issues are:
Nearside Front Direction indicator not working  Occurs:2,752 times
Central Stop lamp not working  Occurs:1,754 times
Offside Front front brake juddering severely  Occurs:2,032 times
Nearside Stop lamp not working aii Occurs:13,847 times
Supplementary Restraint System warning lamp indicates a fault  Occurs:51,841 times
Nearside Rear Shock absorber has a serious fluid leak  Occurs:38,123 times
Offside Front Service brake excessively binding f Occurs:3,919 times
Brake pipe excessively corroded Occurs:492,221 times
Offside Front Front constant velocity joint gaiter deteriorated to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc  Occurs:6,677 times
Front brake excessively fluctuating Occurs:20,436 times
Offside Front Front suspension has excessive movement at a wishbone pin or bush  Occurs:2,249 times
Front Windscreen wiper blade deteriorated  Occurs:2,244 times
Brake fluid warning lamp illuminated  Occurs:3,739 times
Nearside Front Suspension arm rubber mounting deteriorated resulting in excessive movement  Occurs:3,040 times
Nearside Front Suspension arm ball joint dust cover excessively deteriorated so that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt  Occurs:4,060 times
Brake pedal spongy  Occurs:7,817 times
Offside Front Front suspension has excessive movement at a wishbone pin or bush  Occurs:2,249 times
Nearside Rear Wheel bearing rough when rotated bi Occurs:2,181 times
Nearside Inner Rear position lamp not working  Occurs:1,602 times
Service brake: efficiency below requirements  Occurs:5,058 times
Fuel system component leaking  Occurs:12,036 times
Exhaust emissions hydrocarbon content excessive  Occurs:2,446 times
Front Roller brake test indicates a sticking brake  Occurs:1,338 times
Registration plate lamp issues Occurs:735,799 times
Nearside Rear Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated resulting in excessive movement  Occurs:1,547 times
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