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Land Rover Recalls

Models : Land Rover Freelander
Body, Interior & Misc., September 24, 2004
RepairPal Expert Overview:

On 4 vehicles, a problem with the subframe mounting nuts and bolts may lead to cracking or deforming of the subframe. Problems with the subframe can result in vehicle instability, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect and replace the subframe as necessary to correct this concern. The Land Rover recall number is B175.

Models : Land Rover Discovery
Brakes, June 2, 2004
Summary:CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS NO. 105, "HYDRAULIC AND ELECTRIC BRAKE SYSTEMS," AND NO. 135, "PASSENGER CAR BRAKE SYSTEMS." THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) MODULATOR VALVE COVER RETAINING BOLTS CAN CRACK DUE TO STRESSES TRANSMITTED BY THE FLEXING VALVE COVERS.
Models : Land Rover Discovery
Engine, June 2, 2004
RepairPal Expert Overview:

A banjo bolt at the Active Cornering Enhancement (ACE) pump joint may leak, which may cause a fire hazard. Dealers will inspect the pump area for leakage, retorque the bolt if no leaks are found, and replace the bolt if leaks are found.

Models : Land Rover Discovery
Drive Train, April 23, 2003
RepairPal Expert Overview:

The engine throttle can stick intermittently during its operation. The exact point of sticking is not predictable and can result in a higher than expected engine speed. If this is encountered, the driver may experience difficulty bringing the vehicle to a stop, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the throttle body to correct this concern. The Land Rover recall number is D117/B150.

Models : Land Rover Discovery
Brakes, March 6, 2002
Summary:ON CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES, CONTAMINATION OF AN ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) SENSOR CAN CAUSE THE ABS ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (ECU) TO INCORRECTLY INTERPRET THE SENSOR SIGNAL, RESULTING IN INAPPROPRIATE ABS ACTIVATION.
Models : Land Rover Discovery
Drive Train, March 6, 2002
Summary:ON SOME SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES, THE ACCELERATOR CABLE COULD HAVE BECOME KINKED DURING VEHICLE ASSEMBLY, RESULTING IN CHAFFING OF THE CABLE. CONTINUED CHAFFING CAN LEAD TO BREAKAGE OF THE INTERIOR CABLE STRANDS.
Models : Land Rover Discovery
Body, Interior & Misc., August 13, 2001
RepairPal Expert Overview:

The power interrupt solenoid may leak electrical current to ground. This could cause heat build up and a fire hazard. Dealers will inspect the power interrupt solenid and will replace it if necessary.

Models : Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Range Rover
Drive Train, January 4, 2001
Summary:VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF FMVSS NO. 114, "THEFT PROTECTION." WATER CONTAMINATION OF THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OIL CAN LEAD TO VARIOUS FAILURE MODES OF THE TRANSMISSION. ONE OF THESE FAILURE MODELS RESULTS IN INCORRECT OPERATION OF THE PARK LOCK FUNCTION THAT COULD ALLOW A VEHICLE TO ROLL AWAY IF PARKED WITHOUT THE HANDBRAKE PROPERLY SET.
Models : Land Rover Discovery
Engine, January 4, 2001
RepairPal Expert Overview:

The pipe that runs from the Active Cornering Enhancement (ACE) system pump to the ACE valve block may fracture at the union to the pump. This may cause hydraulic fluid loss, and cause pump failure. Pump failure could cause mulitiple accessory failure. Dealers will install new hydraulic tubing.

Models : Land Rover Range Rover
Engine, January 4, 2001
Summary:VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES. COOLANT SYSTEM LEAKS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED IN AREAS WHERE THE COOLANT COULD BE SUBJECTED TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURES.