2021: Jaguar recalls

Two recalls for four Jaguar models in 2021


Jaguar has announced two recalls in 2021 through the Rapex system, affecting four of its models.

Both Jaguar recalls concern the E-Pace SUV. The seat belt pre-tensioners may not function properly on some 2021 model year vehicles. A second defect in the reverse fuel line may also occur with F-Pace, XE, and XF models.

All the recalls, sorted by model, are listed in the tables below.

We have written about some of the faults in the following articles.



Jaguar recalls in 2021 by model


Jaguar E-Pace

PublishedIssue
Jaguar E-Pace (2019 – 2021)25. 09. 2021Due to manufacturing defects, the support wire grid between the inner and outer layers of the fuel injector rubber return pipe ... .
Jaguar E-Pace (2020 – 2021)21. 06. 2021The driver’s seat belt pre-tensioner may not operate in the event of an accident. This could increase the risk of injury. ... .

All E-Pace’s recalls


Jaguar F-Pace

PublishedIssue
Jaguar F-Pace (2019 – 2021)25. 09. 2021Due to manufacturing defects, the support wire grid between the inner and outer layers of the fuel injector rubber return pipe ... .

All F-Pace’s recalls


Jaguar XE

PublishedIssue
Jaguar XE (2019 – 2021)25. 09. 2021Due to manufacturing defects, the support wire grid between the inner and outer layers of the fuel injector rubber return pipe ... .

All Jaguar XE’s recalls


Jaguar XF

PublishedIssue
Jaguar XF (2019 – 2021)25. 09. 2021Due to manufacturing defects, the support wire grid between the inner and outer layers of the fuel injector rubber return pipe ... .

All Jaguar XF’s recalls


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