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Eighteen Jaguar F-TYPE cars recalled because drivers won't know if the turn signals fail.

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Jaguar Recalls F-TYPE Cars to Fix Turn Signal Problems
Eighteen Jaguar F-TYPE cars recalled because drivers won't know if the turn signals fail.

— Jaguar is recalling 18 model year 2018 Jaguar F-TYPE cars equipped with Highline headlights.

Jaguar says if a front turn signal indicator stops working, the driver won't receive visual and audio turn signal warnings. Those turn signal reminders are supposed to flash or chime faster if the turn signals aren't working.

It's a federal safety violation if the warnings aren't provided because a driver won't know that other drivers can't tell which way the F-TYPE is turning.

The recall should begin July 17, 2017, when Jaguar dealers will update any related software.

If you own one of the 18 cars and have questions, please call Jaguar at 800-452-4827 and ask for information about recall number H026.

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