WASHINGTON - Jaguar is recalling more than 2,000 MY 2010 Jaguar XF vehicles because the fuel transfer pipe in the fuel tank may be kinked. This problem may restrict fuel being transferred from one side of the fuel tank to the fuel pump, causing fuel starvation at low fuel levels. 

Fuel starvation to the engine can cause it to stall without warning, raising the risk of a crash, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said. 

Jaguar dealers will repair the fuel tank assembly free of charge. The safety recall is expected to begin later this month. 

Jaguar owners with questions can reach the company at (800) 452-4827.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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