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Monthly Archives: July 2018


Posted by Allen L Phillips Del Mar Automotive tries to make this type of information available to you, our customers, as we become aware of it.  Recall notices are sent directly to the owners of affected vehicles and repairs must be made by the manufacturer.  Regarding the Lexus recall, despite the USA Today article caption that says “engine fires”, we are not aware of any actual reports of fires.  Obviously, a fuel leak poses a risk of fire and anyone receiving a recall notice should have the repair done promptly. The Hyundai/Kia recall may be more problematic in that this appears to be a repeat of a problem first reported in 2015.  Now there is a second recall for a production problem that was thought to be corrected plus an investigation into fires linked to the resulting engine failures. Not good for anyone involved.   Lexus Recalls 121K Vehicles for Engine Fires  June 27, 2018—Lexus recalls about 121,000 cars w ... read more

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