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17 NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recalls for 2011 Ford E250

08/31/2011

ID# 128206 ROUSH IS RECALLING CERTAIN AFTERMARKET ROUSH CLEAN TECH LIQUID PROPANE AUTOGAS FUEL SYSTEM KITS USED FOR INSTALLATION ON THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES: MODEL YEAR 2007 AND 2008 FORD E-350 (DUEL REAR WHEEL), MY 2009-2011 FORD E- 150, E-250, AND E-350, AND MY 2009-2011 FORD E-450 CUTAWAYS. THE FUEL RAILS INCLUDED IN THE KITS CONTAIN IMPROPERLY SEATED INJECTOR RETENTION CLIPS. THIS COULD RESULT IN LEAKAGE OF PROPANE AUTOGAS. THE PART NUMBERS OF THE AFFECTED KITS ARE: P07C2-176KIT-AB, P10C2-RCOMMKIT-AB, P10C2-R150KIT-AA, P10C2-R150KIT-AC, P10C2-R350KIT-AC, P11C2-R150KIT-AA, P11C2-R150KIT-AB, P11C2-R350KIT-AA, P11C2-R350KIT-AB, P10-SO-RKIT-BA, PBC2-RKIT158-AB, PBC2-RKIT176-AB, AND PBC2-RKITMB-AC.

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