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Recall: No. 1 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2005/156
Exact Model: Discovery Range Rover and Range Rover Sport
Description: The parking function of the automatic transmission may not operate correctly
VIN: Range Rover Sport SALLSAA136A916990 to SALLSAA536A920909, Range Rover SALLMAM336A212296 to SALLMAM536A212008, Discovery SALLAAA136A354407 to SALLAAA536A358237
Build Date:
Numbers: 881
Defect: Due to the presence of an out of specification component within the automatic gearbox parking brake interlock system, the parking function may not fully engage when the operating lever is moved to park, despite all indicators showing that park has been achieved. If the parking brake is not applied, the vehicle may roll away.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the out of specification component replaced with a quality assured item.
Launch Date: 30 November 2005
Recall: No. 2 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2009/073
Exact Model: Discovery 3 TDV6 & Range Rover Sport TDV6
VIN: SALLAAA136A367110 to SALLAAA149A513325
Build Date: 31 October 2005 to 26 June 2009
Numbers: 56142
Defect: It has been identified that, some vehicles may experience a reduction in braking performance leading to increased stopping distance, due to the possibility of oil entering the brake booster or the brake vacuum pump non-return valve sticking in the closed position after cold start.
Action: All recalled vehicles will be fitted with a modified brake vacuum pipe along with a revised design non-return valve in the secondary port of the vacuum pump.
Launch Date: 28 September 2009
Recall: No. 3 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2010/147
Exact Model: Discovery 3 TDV6 and Range Rover Sport TDV6
Description: FIRE MAY OCCUR
VIN: SALLAAA147A412306 to SALLAAA149A512711(Discovery), SALLSAA147A983192 to SALLSAA649A215295(Range Rover)
Build Date: 01/01/2006 to 30/06/2009
Numbers: 252
Defect: The front pump bearing on some aftermarket replacement High Pressure Fuel Pumps may fail due to lack of sufficient lubrication. This will cause failure of the shaft seal, which will cause a fuel leak and if not rectified, could cause a vehicle fire.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and replace fuel pump with the latest specification pump.
Launch Date: 03 December 2010

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