The new Nissan Sentra 2005 sedan is being recalled for concerns about possible fuel leakage.
Nissan says they are recalling 49,000 Sentras that might have faulty fuel tank vapor hoses.
Those hoses could cause excess fuel to spill which could potentially cause a fire.
Nissan says there have been no injuries or fires related to the recall. The automaker will begin notifying customers about the recall in August.
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