Rolls-Royce Phantom Recalled For Fuel Filler Neck Problems

Device used to prevent static electricity might be missing from some vehicles.

Posted in Recalls

— You’re not immune from safety recalls, even if you paid over $400,000 for your set of wheels.

Rolls-Royce is recalling model year 2013 Phantom vehicles because the fuel filler necks may be missing the anti-misfueling devices. The device can prevent misfueling and help to decrease static electricity.  Any static electricity will increase the risk of fire, especially while filling the tank.

Rolls-Royce says the vehicles were manufactured from November 2, 2012, through January 18, 2013.

Phantom owners will be contacted soon to make an appointment to have the gas tanks inspected.  A dealer will replace the fuel filler necks, if needed.

Owners can contact Rolls-Royce at 877-877-3735.