WASHINGTON (Jan. 25)—The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating 113,910 Nissan Quests and 141,731 Mercury Villagers from model years 1994 and 1995 for possible fuel leakage caused by cracked and deteriorated fuel tank vent hoses. NHTSA has received seven complaints on the Villagers and five on the Quests, the agency reported.
NHTSA investigates Nissan, Mercury cars for cracked fuel hoses
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