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Recall: No. 4 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2004/143
Exact Model:
Description: Yaw rate sensor has internally delaminated
VIN: SAJAF51T846D96890 to SAJEA51C84WE01716
Build Date:
Numbers: 41
Defect: X-TYPE vehicles equipped with a dynamic stability control may have been fitted with a yaw rate sensor that has internally delaminated. This could result in actuation of the control system incorrectly, resulting in uneven and unexpected application of the brakes.
Action: Likely to be affected vehicles will be recalled, and an inspection of the yaw rate sensor will be undertaken. Should a vehicle be found which has been fitted with a sensor within the affected production batch, the sensor will be replaced.
Launch Date: 06 October 2004
   
Recall: No. 5 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2003/001
Exact Model:
Description: INDICATOR “TELL TALE” MAY NOT SHOW A FAULT WHEN EXTERNAL INDICATORS FAIL
VIN: SAJAD53L21WC00294 to SAJAH52S73YD17471
Build Date:
Numbers: 30183
Defect: When power is lost to the external indicators, the internal “tell tale” lamp continues to flash as if there was no fault, which is in contravention of the UK requirements.
Action: Replace the general electrical control module with one which has modified software.
Launch Date: 05 March 2003
   
Recall: No. 6 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2004/146
Exact Model:
Description: Modification of handbrake lever
VIN: SAJAD53L21WC00294 to SAJAB53L63WD03128
Build Date:
Numbers: 14187
Defect: Vehicles with manual transmission having been parked on an incline with the handbrake on and the vehicle out of gear may sometime later roll away, due to the brake components contracting as they cool.
Action: Recall likely to be affected vehicles and replace the automatic adjuster with a manual system.
Launch Date: 08 December 2004
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Abbey Road, Whitley, Coventry, CV3 4LF
0345 303 2303
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