We have another auto recall to tell you about, this time it affects certain Mercedes-Benz models, as a recall has been called over a problem related to potential fuel leaks which could lead to accidents or injury.
As reported from the Wall Street Journal, the German manufacturer is recalling some of their popular classes with diesel engines, as they have discovered a problem with the fuel filters which could lead to leaks.
According to the report, Mercedes-Benz are recalling their 2011 model, diesel engine versions of the M- , GL- and R-Class vehicles which were built between November 2009 and October 2010. If you have a December 2009 to October 2010 diesel-powered E-Class Mercedes-Benz, you are also affected by this recall.
No injuries have been reported yet, but you can imagine the dangers of spilt diesel-fuel which could become a serious hazard to other drivers on the road. There are more details on this recall over at the WSJ. Let us know if you own any of the models listed above.
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