1999 Land Rover Discovery Recalls

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Most Recent 1999 Land Rover Discovery Recall

On March 15, 2012, Land Rover recalled 180 Land Rover Discovery. Jaguar land rover north america, inc. (land rover) is recalling certain rear driveshaft couplings, land rover branded part number tvf100010, manufactured from april 2011 through november 2011, sold for use as service parts for certain model year 1995-1999 discovery, 1999-2004 discovery ii, and 1995 range rover classic vehicles. some of the rear driveshaft couplings may not have been manufactured to the required engineering design specifications and may exhibit the onset of joint separation, precluded by drive line vibration.
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1999 Land Rover Discovery Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on March 15, 2012

Replacement drive shaft couplings may vibrate and fail, resulting in loss of vehicle movement and detachment of the drive shaft.

Recalls on your Land Rover truck must be performed by a Land Rover dealership. Land Rover began notifying known owners of affected vehicles when the recall was announced, in May 2012. If you did not receive a notification, but wish to check to see if your vehicle is included, please contact one of your local Land Rover dealers below. They will also check for any other uncompleted recalls on your vehicle. For best results, be prepared to provide your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to the service department consultant you speak with.

Summary on June 2, 2004
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.
Summary on March 6, 2002
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.
Summary on March 6, 2002
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.
Summary on January 4, 2001
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.