2013 Jaguar XF Recalls
Fuel lines mounted under the floor may rub on the under shield and body and chafe, possibly resulting in a fuel leak. This would present a fire hazard.
The idler pulley guides the belt that drives under hood accessories, such as the power steering pump. A bolt securing this pulley may fail, resulting in among other things the loss of power steering assist. This would cause difficulty steering the vehicle, and could result in an accident.
The vehicle may stall and lose power assisted steering and braking due to a fuel pump failure.
The power steering hose may collapse, reducing steering power assist. This will make steering tighter than usual.
The right rear brake line may leak fluid due to rubbing and wearing on a rear frame bracket. Loss of brake fluid will result in poor braking performance or loss of braking ability.
A rear suspension component could come loose resulting in loss of vehicle control.
The charge air cooler hose may be loose and come off, resulting in a possible stalling of the engine and loss of power steering and brake assistance.
The certification label required to describe certain vehicle weight rating data and manufacturing date and location is missing from affected vehicles.
The engine could stall unexpectedly due to a loose hose clamp in the air intake system.
13 vehicles are being recalled because the engine may stall unexpectedly due to the fuel pump control module shuting down.