The company reports the rails supplying the fuel injectors could pose a leak risk over the long-term.
If the fuel rail leaks it could cause spray fuel over hot areas in the engine bay, which could result in a fire hazard - posing a risk of damage to the vehicle and injury to the occupants or a third party.
The following VIN numbers are affected by the recall:
VF3LPHNYWES132809, VF3LPHNYWES171005, VF3LPHNYWES171006, VF3LPHNYWES171008,
VF3LPHNYWES171009, VF3LPHNYWES171010, VF3LPHNYWES171011, VF3LPHNYWES171012,
VF3LPHNYWES171014, VF3LPHNYWES171016, VF3LPHNYWES171019, VF3LPHNYWES171020,
VF3LPHNYWES171021, VF3LPHNYWES171022, VF3LPHNYWES171024, VF3LPHNYWES171025,
VF3LPHNYWES171026, VF3LPHNYWES171027, VF3LPHNYWES171028, VF3LPHNYWES171029,
VF3LPHNYWES171158, VF3LPHNYWES171160, VF3LPHNYWES172254, VF3LPHNYWES172255
Owners of a vehicle in the above list should contact their local Peugeot dealer to have their fuel injection rail inspected, and if required, replaced.
For more information, customers can contact Peugeot Australia on 1800 307 607.