CITROEN C5 – POSSIBLE LEAKAGE FROM THE DIESEL RETURN PIPE FIXED TO THE INTAKE MANIFOLD.

Published on 5 August 2018
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CITROEN C5 ( 02/03/2006 –  30/01/2008) DEFECT:  It has been identified that the diesel fuel return pipe which is fixed to the inlet manifold may be abraded to the extent that if left undetected will leak.


Remedy: Recalled vehicles as a preventative measure will have the pipe inspected for damage. If any is found the pipe will be replaced. In cases where the pipe remains undamaged it will be fitted with reinforcement.





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Recall Launch Date 28/07/2008
Recall No R/2008/115
Make CITROEN
Model C5
Recall Model Information C5 C6 C8 C-CROSSER
Manufacturer Ref yhw
VIN start VF7******76602845
VIN end VF7******8U961521
Build start 02/03/2006
Build end 30/01/2008
Vehicle numbers 1611

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