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If the amount of fuel is above the FDM, jpm, or cv apertures, fuel may be discharged onto the ground. Fuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source could result in a fire.

Fuel System, Gasoline — Storage — Tank Assembly

Summary
Some passenger vehicles may have fuel tanks in which the fuel delivery module (FDM), jet pump module (jpm), and/or cluster valve (cv) seals are not properly retained in the fuel tank. This may result in illumination of the malfunction indicator lamp (mil), or a fuel odor.
Actions
Dealers will inspect the fuel tanks to determine if revised seals may be used to repair the vehicle. If not, dealers will then replace the entire fuel tank assembly. Due to problems in obtaining the replacement fuel tanks, the recall began on January 29 through March 30, 2007. Owners may contact Jaguar at 1-800-452-4827.
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Date Announced
OCT 31, 2006
Vehicles Affected
13,655
Jaguar Recall #
R176
NHTSA Campaign #
06V418000
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