Fuel leaks from the Jaguar XF came under suspicion of NHTSAJuly 4, 2019
The U.S. Highway Administration has launched an investigation into the Jaguar XF. The regulator received dozens of complaints about the version with engines that were not included in the previous review.
So, the problem touched the Jaguar XF with 4.2-liter engines. In addition, the 5.0-liter engines, which were refined during the service campaign, seem to suffer again from leaks, indicated by fluid leaks and the corresponding odor.
Defect leads to gasoline leakage, which can cause a fire.
It is assumed that as a result of the investigation an existing review will be expanded. In addition, NHTSA will require to verify the effectiveness of components that have been improved by the company and installed in the previous review.
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