The French based automaker Renault has recently announced a recall for its vehicles exported to China because of a problem with the fuel level sensors.
According to the car manufacturer, this is the second recall announced by the company in China in two months, after a few weeks ago a total of 5,097 units of the Koleos have been recalled because of some problems with their welding. This new recall involves more than 60,000 units exported to China and the problem found is with the fuel sensors, according to the new agency Xinhua, quoting the Chinese consumer watchdog.
Renault says that a total of 61,508 units of the Koleos sport utility vehicles will have to be taken back to the dealers in China because of a problem with the fuel level sensors. The car produced between the 16th of December 2008 and the 10th of July 2010 have faulty fuel level sensors which might display incorrect the fuel levels on the dashboards. The carmaker will replace the fuel sensors free of charge. The recall is expected to begin soon. Meanwhile, if you own a Koleos in China made between the dates mention above, you should contact your local Renault dealership.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 - filed under News
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