Citroen C3 Picasso UK recall over 'passenger brake'

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Citroen are recalling more than 20,000 of its C3 Picasso cars in the UK because of concerns the brakes can be activated from the passenger side. The problem arises because of the way the car, manufactured in France, is modified for right hand drive.

A BBC Watchdog investigation showed that although the brake pedal had been switched to the right, it remained connected to a mechanism on the left passenger side.

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Watchdog will be on BBC One on Thursday 19 May at 2000BST or catch up afterwards via BBC iPlayer.

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