Land Rover Range Rover Sport Recalls

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The second row seat back may not latch properly, especially in the center section. Dealers will inspect the second row seat mechanism and replace it as required free of charge to resolve the concern.

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The air bag indicator lamp function is not properly described in the owners manual. Land Rover will send out an owner's manual supplement to all affected owners free of charge to resolve the concern.

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The vehicle doors may unlatch unexpectedly when closed. Dealers will update the keyless entry software free of charge tor resolve the concern.

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The occupant classification system that detects whether a passenger is in the passenger front seat of the vehicle may malfunction, resulting in the disabling of the passenger frontal air bag during a crash. Dealers will update the system software free of charge to resolve the concern.

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The wheel lug nuts may crack and detach from the wheel studs. Dealers will replace the wheel nuts with new ones free of charge to resolve the concern.

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The engine may seize and fail internally due to the connecting rod bolts being torqued improperly. Dealers will replace the affected engines free of charge to resolve the concern.

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A vacuum hose may be improperly routed and develop a leak, causing power brake assist failure. Dealers will inspect the brake vacuum hose and route it correctly as necessary, and will replace hoses that show signs of damage free of charge to resolve the concern.

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The tire pressure monitoring system may fail, causing warning lights to illuminate due to not detecting the wheel sensors properly. Dealers will update the body control module software free of charge to resolve the concern.

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An electrical connector for the driver and/or passenger side seat airbag may become disconnected due to insufficient clearance for the wire harness within the seat. If this were to occur the affected side airbag would not function as expected in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of personal injury. Dealers will modify the area around the problem connector to prevent it from becoming accidentally disconnected free of charge to resolve the concern.

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On certain LR3 and Range Rover Sport vehicles. There is a misalignment between the steering column and air bag clock spring. This may cause a break in the airbag wiring and lead to the SRS Safety Restraint System light coming on. A bad circuit may also prevent the air bag from deploying, leading to injury or death. The dealer will insert  1mm spacers between the left hand side of the column switch mounting point and column lock to improve alignment of the column switch. Two foam pads will also be fitted to the top of the steering column switch gear to provide clearance between the cowl and clock spring face. The Land Rover recall # is P045

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