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Recall: No. 7 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2015/013
Exact Model: Range Rover 3.0L V6 S/C & 5.0L V8 S/C and Range Rover Sport 3.0L V6 S/C & 5.0L V8 S/C
VIN: Various
Build Date: August 2012 to January 2014
Numbers: 1197
Defect: On affected vehicles the servo vacuum hose may have been incorrectly routed and can chafe against the auxiliary drive pulley. This can lead to failure of the hose and a loss of brake servo assistance.
Action: On affected vehicles check brake servo hose. If in good condition correctly reroute and secure hose. If hose is damaged replace hose and correctly route and secure.
Launch Date: 23 January 2015
Recall: No. 8 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2013/124
Exact Model: Range Rover Sport SDV6 Diesel
Description: FIRE MAY OCCUR
VIN: SALWA2PF3EA000016 to SALWA2KE1EA323768
Build Date: March to October 2013
Numbers: 1772
Defect: For vehicles fitted with Dynamic Response System (DRS) it is possible that the positive battery cable could come in contact with the DRS fluid supply pipes. If this condition occurs the positive battery lead could chaff on the DRS pipe which will then lead to DRS pipes becoming positively charged. Should the charge find an earth then localised melting of components could occur due to heat generation. This could ultimately result in a vehicle fire.
Action: Recall all affected vehicles to check and if necessary replace the positive battery cable then reroute the cable.
Launch Date: 23 October 2013
Recall: No. 9 of 9
Recall Ref: R/2006/079
Exact Model:
Description: Brake hose, ABS and pad sensor leads may chafe on wheel balance weights
VIN: SALLSAA546A900109 to SALLSAA546A949108
Build Date:
Numbers: 5617
Defect: It is possible for the wheel balance weights to foul the left front brake hose and/or the ABS wheel speed sensor and/or the brake pad wear warning sensor.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to fit stick on wheel balance weights in place of the clamp on weights. A handbook supplement will also be produced stating the requirement for stick on weights
Launch Date: 12 June 2006

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