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Renault recalls over 60,000 Koleos SUVs in China for faulty fuel sensors


Renault has recalled over 60,000 of its Koleos SUVs sold in China over a defective fuel sensor. According to China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine the recall affects 61,508 Koleos SUV models made from December 16, 2008, to July 10, 2012, and imported into China. The French automaker will replace the fuel sensors of the vehicles that display ...
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