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Recall: No. 4 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2005/083
Exact Model:
Description: Left hand rear door child safety lock lever may fail
VIN: SALLNABH21A300642 to SALLNFBE85A486387
Build Date:
Numbers: 9719
Defect: Should the outer door handle of the left hand rear door be operated whilst the child lock is engaged, this may permit the door to be opened by operation of the interior handle.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the suspect locks inspected, and replaced if found to be defective.
Launch Date: 07 September 2005
Recall: No. 5 of 9
Recall Ref: R2001/017
Exact Model:
VIN: 1A578669 TO 1A599999, 1A300000 TO 1A320519
Build Date: 1st August 2000 to 31st February 2001
Numbers: 4368
Defect: The front seats may not latch positively following operation of the seat tip lever. In consequence the seat squab (backrest) could attempt to fold forward if the vehicle should be brought to a very rapid stop
Action: Affected vehicles will be recalled for examination of the operation and integrity of the front seat tip lever and latching mechanism. In cases where the mechanism is found to bind a new seat frame assembly will be fitted
Launch Date: 22 October 2001
Recall: No. 6 of 9
Recall Ref: R2001/018
Exact Model:
VIN: 1A576764 TO 1A599999, 1A200000 TO 1A312726
Build Date: 1st August 2000 to 30th November 2000
Numbers: 12286
Defect: The engine harness wiring has been re-routed due to the repositioning of the underbonnet fuse box. The wiring route may allow the harness to chafe on the front left hand spring turret and dependant upon which lead chafes the following electrical functions could be rendered inoperative, headlamps, engine management, cooling fans, fuel pump, ignition circuit, air-conditioning, anti-lock braking (although brakes will still function), hill descent control (off road operation only).
Action: Recall all Freelander models to check the routing of the harness protection to eliminate potential chafing conditions.
Launch Date: 22 October 2001

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