2 defective Jaguar cars in the U.S. to be recalled
Two models of Jaguar cars will be recalled by the automaker giant due to a stalling issue and a defective power window switch that may injure its occupants, an August 15 report said.
940 2013 XF 2-liter GTDi cars were recalled due to the potential of stalling caused by a hose clamp on the charge air cooler that can become detached. 1,989 XK 2013 convertibles are also affected by the recall. These vehicles have a defective switch that may accidentally activate the power window and injure the arm or finger of any occupants. A slow-speed accident related to the hose clamp issue has been reported, Jaguar stated.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said the issues will be addressed by dealers, who will either replace or inspect the concerned parts for free starting September 27.
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