Ministry announces recalls involving Toyota, Jaguar, VolvoThe Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said it has issued a recall order for Toyota, Jaguar and Volvo models.
The ministry said that Jaguar-Land Rover Korea should recall 888 units of the Jaguar XF 2.2d vehicles for a possible fuel line leak along with 213 units of the Jaguar XF 2.0 and 88 units of the XJ 2.0 for a loose connecting hose between the car’s intercooler and turbocharger. The recall affects models produced between August 2011 and July.
Toyota Motor Korea is recalling 11,507 units of five models due to problems with the air-conditioning system that may cause the airbag and steering wheel to malfunction. The recall affects 10,961 Camrys produced between Oct. 20, 2011, and May 16, along with 546 Venzas manufactured between Aug. 14, 2012, and March 28.
In addition, Volvo Car Korea was told to recall 493 cars produced between May 2010 and May 2011 due to problems with the software and engine belts. Affected models are the S60, S80, XC70 and XC60.
Free repair services for Jaguar car owners started Monday, while Volvo began on Tuesday and Toyota today.
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