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Recall: No. 1 of 9
Recall Ref: R2001/107
Exact Model: (all derivatives)
Build Date: 1st October 1997 to 28th February 2001
Numbers: 68838
Defect: There may be a dimensional tolerance concern within the handbrake ratchet mechanism. In extreme circumstances, the handbrake could release and would allow the vehicle to move unattended.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and fit a quality assured replacement handbrake.
Launch Date: 22 October 2001
Recall: No. 2 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2013/091
Exact Model: Freelander 2 (2.2L diesel) Range Rover Evoque (2.2L diesel)
Description: FIRE MAY OCCUR
VIN: SALVA2BE7CH641555 to SALVB2CC8DH850315 (Evoque), SALFA2BB1CH284660 to SALFA2CC2DH374909 (Freelander)
Build Date: January 2012 to October 2013
Numbers: 45902
Defect: It is possible that a leak can occur between the injector spill rail connection and the plastic fuel return pipe. This can cause leakage of fuel which can either pool on the engine cylinder head and then become deposited onto the road surface where it could cause a skid risk to other motorist or if the fuel comes into contact with extremely hot engine components an exhaust manifold for instance it is possible that an under bonnet fire could ensue.
Action: Recall all affected vehicles inspect the fuel spill rail/return pipe and if required replace the spill rail with a new modified rail.
Launch Date: 27 August 2013
Recall: No. 3 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2004/184
Exact Model:
Description: Incorrect manufacturer of the passenger airbag
VIN: SALLNFAE85A449222 to SALLNABE85A456738
Build Date:
Numbers: 606
Defect: The deflector panel contained in the passenger side air bag module may not have been manufactured to the correct specification. This may result in unsatisfactory performance of the deflector panelís structural integrity during air bag deployment. This could result in damage of the air bag that could allow the release of a fragment of the deflector panel into the passenger compartment
Action: Recall the affected vehicles and replace the defective component with a quality assured one.
Launch Date: 04 November 2004

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