At the risk of sounding troll-ish, you would be incorrect in that statement. In the subject TSB, it states that they would replace the fuel supply tube, so from that I would say it sounds like the problem was truly with the installation, either cross threading or something which damaged the threads in the line, and not the sensor, since they were not replacing the sensor as part of the TSB.Yeah, I can read. It's still a recall on the sensor.....for whatever reason they may wanna give.
That recall was for the sensor not being installed correctly resulting in a potential fuel leak and fire hazard. The fix is to replace the hose, nothing to do with the actual sensor.https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/rcl/2014/RCONL-14V774-8785.pdf
Looks like there was, Dave.
The fix is to replace the assembly, but you're right Dave. You win. That TSB has NOTHING to do with the pressure sensor. In fact, the Fuel pressure sensor doesn't need to be changed like you say.That recall was for the sensor not being installed correctly resulting in a potential fuel leak and fire hazard. The fix is to replace the hose, nothing to do with the actual sensor.
Hello, thanks for posting a photo of the sensor. I bought a 2020 last month and just checked, my sensor looks exactly like the one in your photo and has the same part number. I’m not technical and I’m a little confused by all the detailed information – do you know if the sensor in your photo is the one known to be OK? I certainly don’t want to replace it if I have the modified part that supposedly corrects prior issues. Much appreciated!