Jaguar Recalls Select 2010 through 2012 XF Cars

Problem with fuel system on some XF models

Nov 9 2012, 1:44pm CST | by

Jaguar Recalls Select 2010 through 2012 XF Cars

Jaguar has announced a recall on certain XF model cars with V8 engine the to potential problems the fuel system. The recall covers 4195 XF vehicles ranging from 2010 to 2012 with a five-liter V8 engine. The problem with the car has to do with the potential for cracks on the fuel outlet flange.

The flange can crack causing fuel to leak on the ground, which could then catch fire. Jaguar says no injuries have been noted due to the issue and the part will be replaced at no cost.

 
 
 

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