Holden has issued a recall for about 5000 examples of its LPG-powered 'VE' and 'VF' Commodore and Caprice ranges produced between 2011 and 2015 over concerns the LPG vaporiser could cause an electrical fault.
The company reports that affected units may have had their LPG vaporiser serviced or replaced, leading to a loose electrical ground connection.
If the condition occurs, it could cause an electrical arc in the LPG fuel feed hose, which poses a risk of a fuel hose leak or fire.
Affected Commodore sedan, ute, wagon and Caprice models were produced from 10 February 2011 through 9 September 2015. The VIN range for these vehicles is 6G1EK4E40CL600020 to 6G1NP5E4XFL147410.
Owners of the recalled Holdens are urged to contact their local dealer to arrange the inspection and repair of their vehicle, or call 1800 632 826.
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