A total of 9098 vehicles with the 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine have been targeted by the recall in Australia.
The official recall notice reads:
“In some instances, the fuel feed hose may not have been manufactured correctly at the swagged end of the fuel hose to the fuel rail quick connector in the engine bay.”
Holden announced that no accidents or injuries have been reported relating to the recall but admitted that it is aware of 71 possible fuel leak cases.
Holden says owners should contact their local dealer, and if the vehicle is affected they will replace the quick release connector from the fuel feed hose free of charge.