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Employees do quality inspections on Volkswagen AG Jetta vehicles at the company's assembly plant in Puebla, Mexico, on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Volkswagen AG plans to invest more than $7 billion over the next five years in North America to revive its push to grab a bigger share of the U.S. car market. Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg via Getty Images
New VW Beetle, right, and Polo vehicles stand in an automobile showroom operated by Volkswagen AG in Moscow, Russia, on Friday, March 28, 2014. Foreign companies face the prospect of untangling from a country that's become a key trading partner with close financial ties to the West, as U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel threaten economic retaliation for Russia's moves to annex the Crimean peninsula. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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NEW YORK (AP) - The Volkswagen Group of America is recalling about 38,000 cars because a fuel leak in the engine may cause a fire.
The automaker said no injuries or accidents have been reported.
The recall covers 2014 to 2015 model years of the Volkswagen Beetle, Jetta, Passat and 2015 models of the Golf and GTI.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said drivers might smell gas inside their vehicles. Volkswagen is telling owners who smell gas or see the electronic power control warning light go on to immediately bring the vehicle to a Volkswagen dealer to have the fuel system inspected.
Volkswagen said that it would notify owners of the recalled cars. There is no cost to owners for the repairs.