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Some vehicles may have loose fuel tank components causing the MIL light to come on. There may also be some fume leakage causing a potential fire hazard.
Jaguar will contact owners of affected vehicles beginning October 31, 2006. If you have not been contacted, smell fuel and feel your car should fall under this recall. Call your local dealership. When doing so, it is helpful to have your VIN Vehicle Identification Number ready.
Some passenger vehicles may contain fuel tank components which have not been properly secured. This may result in the MIL malfunction indicator lamp coming on. It could also possibly leak out vapors. If the Fuel Level is above the components it may leak out and cause a fire hazard. The dealer will replace the fuel tank. The Jaguar recall # is R726