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Lexus Recalls More Than 120,000 Cars Over Engine Fuel Leaks That May Cause Fires

The company did not say if the problem has caused any fires, crashes or injuries, according to the Associated Press

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    Lexus Recalls More Than 120,000 Cars Over Engine Fuel Leaks That May Cause Fires
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    A Lexus logo is displayed during the Geneva Motor Show 2016 on March 2, 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

    What to Know

    • Lexus is recalling about 121,000 cars worldwide, mostly in the U.S., because of fuel leaks in the engine that can cause fires

    • The company did not say if the problem has caused any fires, crashes or injuries

    • Dealers will replace the fuel delivery pipe with a new one containing improved parts at no cost to customers

    Toyota's Lexus luxury brand is recalling about 121,000 cars worldwide, mainly in the United States, because of fuel leaks in the engine that can cause fires.

    The recall covers certain 2006 through 2013 IS350 cars, as well as the 2010 through 2014 IS350C, and the 2007 through 2011 GS350 and GS450h. All have 3.5-liter V6 gasoline engines.

    Toyota says a diaphragm material in the fuel injection system can harden over time and crack, allowing fuel to leak. The company did not say if the problem has caused any fires, crashes or injuries.

    Dealers will replace the fuel delivery pipe with a new one containing improved parts at no cost to customers.

    Owners will be notified by mail starting in early August. Learn more here.

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