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Recall: No. 7 of 23
Recall Ref: R2000/011
Exact Model: Series II
VIN: YA233202 TO YA258267
Build Date: 13 July 1999 to 13 December 1999
Numbers: 2289
Defect: The ACE system high pressure pipes may, under certain conditions, fracture and leak fluid. In extreme circumstances should the vehicle continue to be driven and sufficient fluid expelled into the engine bay and an ignition source is present, the fluid could ignite.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and replace ACE high pressure pipes.
Launch Date: 06 March 2000
Recall: No. 8 of 23
Recall Ref: R2000/052
Exact Model: Series II
VIN: YA200611 TO YA277051, XA900000 TO XA907212
Build Date: 27 August 1998 to 4 April 2000
Numbers: 1316
Defect: The engine idler pulley may fracture and fragment, resulting in loss of drive belt which in turn will render the cooling, power steering, ACE and electrical charging systems inoperative.
Action: Recall affected vehicle and replace idler pulley with modified type.
Launch Date: 05 June 2000
Recall: No. 9 of 23
Recall Ref: R2001/010
Exact Model: V8 petrol Range Rover and Discovery
VIN: XA410482 TO 1A452817, XA220000 TO 1A299999, 1A700000 TO 1A713517
Build Date: 1st January 1998 to 31st December 2000
Numbers: 5651
Defect: Investigations have identified that in certain circumstances water can migrate up the breather pipe and into the gearbox, and if allowed to continue, causes corrosion of the park lock mechanism. Although park lock can appear to be selected the mechanism may not engage. If the park lock function is selected to solely sustain the vehicle in a parked condition and the mechanism has not engaged, this may result in the vehicle rolling away.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and reroute the gearbox breather pipe.
Launch Date: 03 April 2001

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


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