Land Rover Recalls
The ABS and/or the brake pad warning light may illuminate, and/or extended brake pedal travel along with reduced braking efficiency may occur.
The automatic transmission may not properly engage in park when the shifter is placed in the park position.
On 548 vehicles, the left hand, second row seat belt buckle may not hold in the event of a crash.
On some vehicles a poorly made pipe may lead to engine problems or fuel spillage. You may experience rough running or fuel leakage. This could result in fire or injury.
On certain vehicles a faulty passenger side airbag may have a manufacturing defect that could injure occupants.
The child safety lock on the left rear door can become disengaged.
The brakes may unexpectedly apply, increasing risk of a crash.