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Recall: No. 7 of 20
Recall Ref: R/2012/116
Exact Model: Range Rover
Build Date: 24 November 2011
Numbers: 7
Defect: The affected vehicles windshield may not be fully bonded in to the aperture. Where the windshield is not bonded, water ingress might occur and there may be reports of increased wind noise. Furthermore, this concern may also be a non-compliance with the regulatory requirements of FMVSS 212 or FMVSS 216 Windshield Mounting.
Action: Approved Service Centre will remove and replace the windscreen with the correct bonding agent in line with existing service repair procedures.
Launch Date: 10 December 2012
Recall: No. 8 of 20
Recall Ref: R1999/085
Exact Model: Range Rover (V8 Petrol models only)
VIN: LP(XA)410483 TO LP(YA)429903
Build Date: July 1998 to September 1999
Numbers: 1645
Defect: Failure of the pump pulley due to fatigue cracks occurring at low mileage. In the event of a pulley failure, the serpentine drive belt will also be subjected to damage resulting in loss of power assisted steering, electrical charging system and vehicle cooling.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and fit a new, quality assured, power steering pump.
Launch Date: 26 November 1999
Recall: No. 9 of 20
Recall Ref: R/2012/153
Exact Model: Range Rover Evoque
Description: BRAKES MAY FAIL
VIN: SALVA2AE7CH687968 to SALVA2BG1CH688422
Build Date: 11 June 2012 to 11 June 2012
Numbers: 51
Defect: Mounting bolts for the rear brake caliper may not be torqued to the correct specification. This will create noise from the rear of the vehicle whilst it is being driven and during braking and should warn the driver of the issue. However, if the vehicle continues to be driven it is possible the bolts can work loose thus allowing the brake caliper to detach. This will result in the caliper contacting the road wheel, which can cause brake failure or sudden deflation of the tyre with subsequent loss of control of the vehicle.
Action: Recall affected vehicles to check the mounting bolts and re-torque them.
Launch Date: 18 December 2012

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