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Recall: No. 4 of 8
Recall Ref: R/2015/028
Exact Model: Defender
Build Date: October to December 2014
Numbers: 1173
Defect: The fixing bolts for the front and rear hub assemblies are not to specification. The bolts could break and cause loud noise followed by severe vibration wheel lock possibly a bolt could puncture the brake disc or even if all the bolts are damaged the hub may become insecure to the axle. The aforementioned will cause instability and significantly increase the risk of collision.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected and replace all the front and rear wheel hub fixings. If any damaged has been caused by bolts failing the affected components will be replaced.
Launch Date: 04 February 2015
Recall: No. 5 of 8
Recall Ref: R/2012/069
Exact Model: Defender (Including Defender 90 & 110 Chassis Cab, Truck Cab, Soft Top, Hard Top, Pick Up, High Capacity Pick Up vehicles and 130 Double Cab Pick Up).
Build Date: 1 February 2010 to 31 January 2012
Numbers: 5987
Defect: Some seat belt mounting bracket bolt/studs may be out of specification as they may have suffered Hydrogen Embrittlement during production. Occupants will normally notice the failure by the looseness or detachment of seat belt brackets. If the issue is not rectified occupants may not be restrained in their seat if the vehicle is involved in a collision.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and replace the seat belt mounting brackets.
Launch Date: 08 August 2012
Recall: No. 6 of 8
Recall Ref: R/2003/180
Exact Model: Discovery and Defender 90 and 110
Description: Possible loss of service brake
VIN: XA900016 and XA201612 to XA907213 and YA846241, XA162896 and YA600000 to YA199999 and YA671407
Build Date:
Numbers: 59248
Defect: A potential fluid leak from the brake modulator may result in a reduction in the efficiency of the service brake or, in the worst case, complete failure of the service brake system.
Action: Recall all potentially affected vehicles and fit stronger valve covers to the brake modulator.
Launch Date: 31 March 2004

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