While we enjoy the Hellcat’s 707-horsepower verve for life as much as anyone, it looks like some may risk self-immolation. Today FCA US recalled all 2,211 of the cars built for a potential fuel leak.
The problem relates to hose seals in the fuel delivery system. Despite a pre-delivery inspection, the hose seals “may have been improperly installed,” announced Fiat-Chrysler in a release.
Improperly installed hose seals can then allow fuel to leak, risking fire.
The recall affects all 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT coupes and all Charger SRT sedans fitted with 6.2-liter engines—in other words, the Hellcats.
Of the 2,211 recalled, FCA US estimates 2,012 are in the U.S., 148 are in Canada, 30 are in Mexico, and 21 are elsewhere around the world.