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ROUSH Recalling 15 Propane-Converted Vans

June 08, 2011

WASHINGTON - ROUSH Performance Products is recalling 15 model-year 2011 Ford E-Series vans equipped with 5.4- or 6.8-liter engines that ROUSH has converted to operate using the ROUSH propane autogas fuel system, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported.

According to NHTSA, a valve in the system may have been machined improperly, allowing for the potential of a propane leak. This creates a fire risk.

To remedy the problem, ROUSH will replace the defective valve with a correctly machined one.

ROUSH can be reached at (734) 466-6255.

 

 

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