Volkswagen has issued a recall affecting more than 218,000 Jetta sedans due to a fuel leak that could cause a fire, The Associated Press reported.
The recall affects cars from 2016 through 2018 with 1.4-liter engines. The cars were built from June 18, 2015, through Dec. 9, 2017.
The company said bolts that hold high-pressure tubing can loosen and allow fuel to leak, the AP reported.
Drivers can smell a fuel odor if the system is leaking.
A repair hasn’t been developed yet, but owners will start being notified in mid-December.
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