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volkswagen fuel leak recall spreads to porsche, audivolkswagen fuel leak recall spreads to porsche, audivolkswagen fuel leak recall spreads to porsche, audi

by:Lepu     2019-12-15
Volkswagen Group will launch four recalls for Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche.
Impact of the first recall 2015-
2016 Volkswagen Golf, Golf and GTI models, and 2015-2016 Audi A3.
Affected vehicles are sold in states that require partial zero-emission vehicles (PZEV)
Modified while the affected A3 unit is powered by 1.
8t engine with frontwheel drive.
According to the Volkswagen group, the cars have evaporated.
The emission system is characterized by the presence of rubber seals in the suction pump inside the tank, which are \"assembled with too much tension \".
So they can allow the gas to evaporate-
Instead of being drawn out.
If this happens, it will flood the charcoal filter, causing a constant smell of gasoline in the car.
Natural gas is also possible.
Because of the fuel splash, the station nozzle will stop prematurely, and there may also be a fuel leak.
The first problem was initially discovered in July 2015 and the supplier revised the assembly method in November.
The recall affected a total of 110,042 units, and dealers will replace the suction pump to solve the problem.
Second recall impact 2007
2012 Audi Q7 and 2009-
Audi Q5 2012 models.
It involves a part of the fuel filling flange that may break and leak fuel to the ground.
A total of 143,214 units are affected and the distributor will install rubber bands around the flanges to protect the fuel pump and replace any damaged flanges.
Audi has not found the root cause of the cracks since it began investigating the problem in July 2015.
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2013 Audi A6 and A7 models due to fuel
Pump hose that may leak under the hood for unknown reasons.
On November 2015, Audi first discovered the problem after receiving a warranty claim for a fuel leak.
A total of 28,249 units were affected and Audi dealers will replace fuel pumps and hoses, although no timetable has been set for when the recall will begin.
The last recall involved 2013-
2017 Audi Q7 and Q5, and 2015-
2017 a Porsche Macan in 291,984.
The recall is to replace or repair fuel.
The filler flange and Volkswagen Group have not yet identified the root cause of the problem, but said that it is found that \"liquid materials that corrosion the flange structure can cause external contamination.
In order to solve this problem, the dealer will install protective film on the flange starting from July and replace any broken flange.
Volkswagen Group will launch four recalls for Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche.
Impact of the first recall 2015-
2016 Volkswagen Golf, Golf and GTI models, and 2015-2016 Audi A3.
Affected vehicles are sold in states that require partial zero-emission vehicles (PZEV)
Modified while the affected A3 unit is powered by 1.
8t engine with frontwheel drive.
According to the Volkswagen group, the cars have evaporated.
The emission system is characterized by the presence of rubber seals in the suction pump inside the tank, which are \"assembled with too much tension \".
So they can allow the gas to evaporate-
Instead of being drawn out.
If this happens, it will flood the charcoal filter, causing a constant smell of gasoline in the car.
Natural gas is also possible.
Because of the fuel splash, the station nozzle will stop prematurely, and there may also be a fuel leak.
The first problem was initially discovered in July 2015 and the supplier revised the assembly method in November.
The recall affected a total of 110,042 units, and dealers will replace the suction pump to solve the problem.
Second recall impact 2007
2012 Audi Q7 and 2009-
Audi Q5 2012 models.
It involves a part of the fuel filling flange that may break and leak fuel to the ground.
A total of 143,214 units are affected and the distributor will install rubber bands around the flanges to protect the fuel pump and replace any damaged flanges.
Audi has not found the root cause of the cracks since it began investigating the problem in July 2015.
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2013 Audi A6 and A7 models due to fuel
Pump hose that may leak under the hood for unknown reasons.
On November 2015, Audi first discovered the problem after receiving a warranty claim for a fuel leak.
A total of 28,249 units were affected and Audi dealers will replace fuel pumps and hoses, although no timetable has been set for when the recall will begin.
The last recall involved 2013-
2017 Audi Q7 and Q5, and 2015-
2017 a Porsche Macan in 291,984.
The recall is to replace or repair fuel.
The filler flange and Volkswagen Group have not yet identified the root cause of the problem, but said that it is found that \"liquid materials that corrosion the flange structure can cause external contamination.
In order to solve this problem, the dealer will install protective film on the flange starting from July and replace any broken flange.
Volkswagen Group will launch four recalls for Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche.
Impact of the first recall 2015-
2016 Volkswagen Golf, Golf and GTI models, and 2015-2016 Audi A3.
Affected vehicles are sold in states that require partial zero-emission vehicles (PZEV)
Modified while the affected A3 unit is powered by 1.
8t engine with frontwheel drive.
According to the Volkswagen group, the cars have evaporated.
The emission system is characterized by the presence of rubber seals in the suction pump inside the tank, which are \"assembled with too much tension \".
So they can allow the gas to evaporate-
Instead of being drawn out.
If this happens, it will flood the charcoal filter, causing a constant smell of gasoline in the car.
Natural gas is also possible.
Because of the fuel splash, the station nozzle will stop prematurely, and there may also be a fuel leak.
The first problem was initially discovered in July 2015 and the supplier revised the assembly method in November.
The recall affected a total of 110,042 units, and dealers will replace the suction pump to solve the problem.
Second recall impact 2007
2012 Audi Q7 and 2009-
Audi Q5 2012 models.
It involves a part of the fuel filling flange that may break and leak fuel to the ground.
A total of 143,214 units are affected and the distributor will install rubber bands around the flanges to protect the fuel pump and replace any damaged flanges.
Audi has not found the root cause of the cracks since it began investigating the problem in July 2015.
More information from AUTOGUIDE.
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Volkswagen can sell Ducati to help pay bills: the next report is a recall that affects 2012
2013 Audi A6 and A7 models due to fuel
Pump hose that may leak under the hood for unknown reasons.
On November 2015, Audi first discovered the problem after receiving a warranty claim for a fuel leak.
A total of 28,249 units were affected and Audi dealers will replace fuel pumps and hoses, although no timetable has been set for when the recall will begin.
The last recall involved 2013-
2017 Audi Q7 and Q5, and 2015-
2017 a Porsche Macan in 291,984.
The recall is to replace or repair fuel.
The filler flange and Volkswagen Group have not yet identified the root cause of the problem, but said that it is found that \"liquid materials that corrosion the flange structure can cause external contamination.
In order to solve this problem, the dealer will install protective film on the flange starting from July and replace any broken flange.
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