Jaguar Recalls Some XF Sedan Models
Announcements of recall are coming from Jaguar for some of the Jaguar XF models as the company has noticed potential problems with their fuel system.
In its statements of Thursday, Jaguar has talked about the recall of approx 4,195 Jaguar XF models falling in the group that was made from the year 2010 to 2012 and are featuring the 5.0-liter V-8 engine.
Detailing about the reason for the recall of the models, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that in some of the models, the fuel tank fuel outlet flange could crack, which can cause leakage of fuel onto the ground thereby increasing the risks of igniting fire.
Fortunately, Jaguar hasn't reported any injuries so far due to the above issue but yes, the company is putting in its best efforts to notify all the affected owners about same and replace their car model's part at free of cost.
All those car owners, who think their car could be from the affected group, can immediately call jaguar for further assistance at (800) 452-4827 and reference recall number J027, or visit the NHTSA's car safety website. In the meantime, car owners can also keep a check over their model to confirm if their car shows any such signs of damage.
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