The 2010 XF Jaguar cars got recalled in America

Posted on Monday, 10 August 2009 , 02:08:44 byEmil

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The 2010 XF Jaguar cars got recalled in America

The 2010 XF Jaguar cars are recalled in America after discovering some models have the wrong tire label, not fitted with the existent tires. A NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) notification posted on the website, says the recall involves 34 cars, sold as 2010 model year.

The tires could wear an incorrect pressure that would raise an accident risk, on higher speeds especially. This error will be solved quickly, in a minute, having the dealers replacing the wrong labels with new ones. 'Jaguar is recalling 34 model year 2010 XF vehicles for failing to conform to the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no. 110, 'Tire Selection and Rims'. The recommended tire pressure on the tire placard label does not correspond with the tires fitted on the vehicles' says the safety advisory.

'Customers may inflate tires to an incorrect pressure due to this tire pressure mislabeling' states NHTSA. 'Failure to inflate tires to the correct pressures can lead to loss of vehicle stability and increase the risk of a crash'.

The recalls will be on or even before this year 17th of August 17 and all the operations will be free. 'Dealers will be instructed to inspect the tire placard label. If the recommended pressure on the tire placard label does not correspond with the tires fitted on the vehicle, that label will be removed and replaced with a label stating the correct recommended tire pressure'.