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Recall: No. 7 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2007/045
Exact Model: XJ and S-TYPE
Description: Diesel particulate filter excessive heat
VIN: XJ - SAJAC721067G45259 to SAJAA711377H17094, S-TYPE - SAJAC031167N32679 to SAJAA011387N82818
Build Date:
Numbers: 8028
Defect: The diesel particulate filters (DPF) of the 2.7 litre engine may exhibit smoke and or fire from the underside of the vehicle, flames emanating from within the rear exhaust tailpipe or an orange glow from the underside of the vehicle. Heat from within the DPF can radiate to the surrounding vehicle components and may lead to heating of the underside of the transmission tunnel and subsequent melting of interior components, with the potential for an interior fire.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the engine management control module re-programmed with the latest calibration file. The vehicle will self test for DPF blockage which where required, will be replaced.
Launch Date: 23 April 2007
   
Recall: No. 8 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2004/039
Exact Model:
Description: Air bag may rupture
VIN: SAJWA71C84SG25690 to SAJAA72N84RG27957
Build Date:
Numbers: 314
Defect: The aperture in the dash through which the airbag deploys may not have been correctly finished so leaving a sharp edge. If deployed, the airbag may rupture.
Action: Recall affected vehicles, remove deployment door, inspect aperture and if necessary remove any sharp edges.
Launch Date: 15 April 2004
   
Recall: No. 9 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2006/217
Exact Model:
Description: Brake fluid may leak from brake pipe
VIN: SAJAC91P45SG43477 to SAJAA91PO5SG47273
Build Date:
Numbers: 7
Defect: Brake fluid may leak from either the right hand front or left hand front brake caliper bridge pipe
Action: Recall affected vehicles and replace the caliper bridge pipe on all four calipers with a revised corrosion resistant pipe.
Launch Date: 01 January 2007
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
Jaguar Cars Ltd
Browns Lane, Allesley, Coventry, West Midlands, CV5 9DR
024 7640 2121
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