What ever any one wants to do! But thatís a .59 percent failure. So 1/2 a percent failure rate. The point is, my opinion only, I would let it leak and have that be my decision to do this recall. No one has obviously read the 26 pages that you posted that describe the recall work. As I said 5 hours worth, I stood there while the tech did it, my tech said it was very involved and he has to take everything apart, he didnít want to do it, was concerned, he even has to connect the battery to the charger as if power fails during the repair then youre screwed and then requires full electronic recovery. Iím all for doing the repair, but Iím telling you itís very complex and the chances that something else will go wrong from taking apart your engine compartment is much much much greater than .59 percent. The ECM modules are being taken out completely, then reinstalled, the steering is being reset, all your coolant is being taken out of both radiators, main and back up, the front right cowling is being removed, many many electrical connectors are being unplugged. This is not just replacing a hose. Ok thatís my last note on the topic. As I said, please read the 26 pages and you all can decide what you want to do. But Iím happy I have the new hose. But my old hose was working just great even when outside temps were 100 degrees on many days. Good luck to all.