Nissan announced that it will be recalling 49,000 Sentras for a potential fuel leak. When the gas tank is full, fuel could spill into the vent tube, eventually overflowing the vapor recovery canister and leaking onto the ground. While this problem seems unlikely to occur, it's probably the sort of thing that should be fixed since the consequences could be quite disastrous, considering that the leak could occur when the vehicle is not running. No word on whether this is caused by those people that attempt to run the gas pump after it shuts off so that they can squeeze in those last few ounces of fuel.
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