Jaguar cruise control recall

Jaguar cruise control recall

24/10/2011 in News, All News, Car Manufacturer News

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Jaguar has recalled 17,678 diesel X-Type models built between 2006 and 2010 due to a potential problem where the cruise control cannot be switched off.

Jaguar said: “In some circumstances the cruise control may not respond to the normal inputs.”

All customers have been contacted and Jaguar said no customers have been affected so far and there have been no reported accidents or injuries.
 


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