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Recall: No. 1 of 10
Recall Ref: R1997/92
Exact Model: And V8 Coupe
VIN: 79031 TO 79079 (V8 COUPE), 70171 TO 70196 (VANTAGE)
Build Date: Between February and November 1997
Numbers: 41
Defect: The seat belt 'B' pillar anchorage may disengage from its index plate during a frontal impact.
Action: Potentially affected vehicles are being recalled to have the marking on the index plate inspected. In cases where the marking indicates the plate is not of the correct type, it will be replaced with an improved version.
Launch Date: 05 January 1998
Recall: No. 2 of 10
Recall Ref: R2001/042
Exact Model: DB7 coupe and Volante 6 cylinder variants and DB7 Vantage coupe and Volante 12 cylinder variants
VIN: 6 CYLINDER: 101019 - 102703. 12 CYLINDER: 300011 - 3000555 and 300556 - 301572
Build Date: 1st April 1996 to 31st February 2001
Numbers: 1555
Defect: The steering column lighting switchgear wires can potentially become trapped leading to partial loss of lighting functionality during operation.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and fit a quality assured steering column switchgear assembly.
Launch Date: 04 June 2001
Recall: No. 3 of 10
Recall Ref: R/2014/163
Exact Model: DB9 & DBS (Coupe & Volante) One-77 V12 Zagato V12 Vantage/ V8 Vantage (Coupe and Roadster) & Virage (Coupe and Roadster)
VIN: Various
Build Date: June 2006 to November 2014
Numbers: 8299
Defect: On affected vehicles The control module for the front heated seats mail fail and when the ignition is switched on allow a permanent feed to the heater element(s). In this condition it may not be possible to switch off the heater element and over a period of time this may cause a seat to overheat and smouldering to occur. Occupants will notice an inability to switch the seat heater off using the designated switch and over longer periods a higher than normal temperature of the seat squab.
Action: Fit additional seat heater monitoring modules. Where necessary seat elements may also be replaced.
Launch Date: 02 December 2014

Manufacturer contact details:
Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd
Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwick, CV35 0DB


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