2009-12 Volkswagen Jetta TDI, 2010-12 Golf TDI Models Recalled

October 6, 2011
Volkswagen has announced a voluntary safety recall of VW Jetta TDI and Jetta SportWagen TDI models built between May 2008 and September 2011, and Golf TDI models built between May 2009 and September 2011. In total, some 159,884 vehicles are affected by this recall.

At issue is a fuel leak from the number two fuel injector, caused by vibration-related fuel-line cracking. Dealers will inspect and repair affected cars as needed, and will mount vibration dampers to all included models to prevent future occurrences. Volkswagen is unaware of any accidents or injuries relating to this defect.

The recall is expected to begin in November, as soon as VW dealerships have inventory of needed replacement parts. Owners will be contacted via mail, but those with questions or concerns can reach Volkswagen’s customer service hotline at 800-822-8987.

Volkswagen has also issued a stop-sale notice on affected models, which prevents dealerships from selling 2009-2011 Golf and Jetta TDI models until the fuel injection system has been inspected and, if necessary, repaired.

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