February 20, 2020

Fuel cooler issues see Jaguar XE recalled

Fuel cooler issues sees Jaguar XE recalled

2.0 litre diesel Jaguar XE cars recalled to fix fuel cooler…

Owners of some MY16 Jaguar XE cars are being asked to return their vehicle to a dealership to have a possible fuel cooler fault rectified.

The recall effects on Jaguar XE cars powered by the 2.0 litre diesel engine.

All the affected cars were built between the 6th of October 2014 and the 30th of June 2015 and the recall is being overseen by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

The vehicles being recalled carry a VIN within this range - SAJAB4C1XGA900002 to SAJAB4CN0GA911884.

The recall notice advising that the under floor mounted diesel fuel cooler may leak.

A fuel odour may be noticed and over time, drivers may notice an increase in fuel consumption and in some cases liquid fuel puddles may be seen on the ground.

What are the hazards?

Where a leak is present in the diesel fuel cooler, customers are most likely to detect this condition from the outside when the vehicle is stationary.

In extreme circumstances, there could be a pool of fuel underneath the vehicle, which in the presence of an ignition source could lead to a fire.

It is also possible that fuel may leak on to the road surface, which can present a skid hazard to other road users increasing the risk of a crash.

Owners will be notified via direct contact and instructed to take their vehicle to a Jaguar retailer who will replace the fuel cooler assembly with a component of revised design free of charge.

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Kate has always had an interest in writing and cars and now as a key member of the Behind the Wheel website team she gets to spend her days consumed by both. Aside from being a contributor and an editor at Behind the Wheel, Kate enjoys driving her Lancer EVO and walking her beloved dog, Max!

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