Safety & Accident

ROUSH CleanTech Recalling Propane Conversion Kits

July 14, 2014

The recalled propane conversion kits are designed for installation on Ford E-Series vehicles. E-Series photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.
The recalled propane conversion kits are designed for installation on Ford E-Series vehicles. E-Series photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.
ROUSH CleanTech is recalling 845 propane fuel system conversion kits because of potential fuel leaking, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports. 

Because of a reaction between different metals, these kits might develop a propane leak where the aluminum fuel-line fitting contacts the brass supply valve housing. Such a fuel leak poses a fire risk, NHTSA said. 

The recall includes kits manufactured from January 2011 to August 2012. They were sold as original and replacement equipment for installation on Ford E-150 Wagons and Cargo Vans; E-250 Cargo Vans and Extended Cargo Vans; E-350 Wagons, Extended Wagons, Cargo Vans and Extended Vans; and E-450 Cutaway models.

The ROUSH service network will replace the aluminum fitting with a stainless steel fitting, free of charge.

ROUSH customer service can be reached at 1-800-597-6874.

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