Land Rover Range Rover Sport Recalls
The second row seat back may not latch properly, causing a risk of injury. The second row center seat is especially at risk.
The owners manual does not properly describe to the vehicle owner the functionality of the air bag status indicator lamp. This could result in a misunderstanding of the function of the air bag system, resulting in injury.
The vehicle doors may unexpectedly unlatch when closed. This can result in occupant injury.
The system that detects the weight of a passenger in the passenger front seat may malfunction, resulting in the passenger frontal air bag being disabled during a crash. This would cause an increased risk of passenger injury.
The wheel lug nuts may crack and detach from the wheel lug studs, resulting in the potential that wheels may come off of the vehicle.
The engine may seize unexpectedly due to an internal manufacturing problem. This would cause loss of vehicle control.
The power brake system may lose braking assistance, due to a hole wearing into a vacuum hose. This can result in extra braking effort, and could possibly result in an accident.
The system that monitors proper tire pressures may fail, due to a problem with the system locating and being able to properly monitor the sensors in each wheel. This can result in a warning for low tire pressure not occurring, and can result in unsafe vehicle operation.
The driver and/or passenger side seat air bag may not deploy as expected in the event of a crash. This would increase risk of occupant injury.
On certain vehicles improper alignment of steering and air bag components may cause SRS light to come on and air bags to not operate properly.