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Recalls are issued for cars with safety-related defects or problems

Land Rover Range Rover recalls

 

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Engine, July 13, 1998

Summary: VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES. CERTAIN UNDERHOOD HOSE AND TUBING COMPONENTS CAN FAIL ALLOWING FLUID TO LEAK, SUCH AS ENGINE COOLANT, WINDSHIELD WIPER FLUID, AND AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID.

For Models: Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Range Rover

Body, Interior & Misc., March 24, 1998

Summary: VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER VEHICLES. AS A RESULT OF CHAFFING OF A CRUISE CONTROL WIRE, THE STEERING WHEEL ROTARY COUPLER CAN OVERHEAT AND INADVERTENTLY DEPLOY THE DRIVER'S AIR BAG.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Suspension & Steering, March 26, 1996

Summary: THE REAR RADIUS ARM, WHICH LOCATES THE REAR AXLE, CAN FAIL AT THE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM CHASSIS EYE END.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Engine, November 30, 1995

Summary: THE BOTTOM OF THE FUEL TANK CAN CORRODE OVER TIME ALLOWING FUEL TO LEAK.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Engine, October 3, 1995

Summary: THE IDLER PULLEY, PART OF THE ENGINE FRONT END SERPENTINE BELT SYSTEM, CAN FAIL RESULTING IN SERPENTINE BELT DAMAGE OR DISENGAGEMENT.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Brakes, July 3, 1995

Summary: A FLEXIBLE BRAKE HOSE THAT CONNECTS THE HYDRAULIC PUMP TO THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) VALVE BLOCK ASSEMBLY CAN LEAK CAUSING LOSS OF BRAKE FLUID.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Brakes, March 3, 1992

Summary: THE ELECTRICAL SWITCH ADJACENT TO THE BRAKE PEDAL WHICH OPERATES THE BRAKE LAMPS MAY FAIL TO OPERATE.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Brakes, July 19, 1991

Summary: THE RIGHT REAR METAL BRAKE LINE COULD COME IN CONTACT WITH THE TOP OF THE RIGHT REAR SHOCK ABSORBER. THIS COULD LEAD TO AN EVENTUAL FLUID LEAK IN ONE OF THE TWO BRAKE CIRCUITS.

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