2010 Land Rover Range Rover Recalls

RepairPal provides easy-to-read analysis of 3 official 2010 Land Rover Range Rover recalls. Find out if your 2010 Land Rover Range Rover needs service due to a recalled defect and learn how to fix it.

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 27, 2016

The passenger frontal air bag assembly is deployed by an inflator which contains propellant that makes the air bag deploy. This propellant may degrade over time, especially when exposed to humidity and temperature cycling. As a result, the inflator may rupture on deployment, which can send metal shrapnel through the air bag, striking vehicle occupants. This could result in serious injury or death.

Recalls on your Land Rover must be performed by a Land Rover dealership. Land Rover will notify owners of affected vehicles beginning in late July, 2016. If you do receive a notification, but wish to check to see if your vehicle is included, please contact one of your local Land Rover dealerships. 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.

RepairPal Expert Overview on January 27, 2015

One or both flexible front brake lines can fail. This would result in reduced braking ability due to the brake fluid loss.

Land Rover will begin recalling vehicles March 13, 2015. If you experience a soft brake pedal feel, have difficulty braking, or you don't receive notification in a timely manner and believe you should have please contact your dealer for further instruction. They may ask for your vehicle identification number (VIN), so please have it handy when you call. Land Rover's number for this recall is P054.

RepairPal Expert Overview on December 21, 2009

In the event of a crash, the passenger air bag may not deploy as expected, increasing the risk of injury.

We at RepairPal have designated this as a medium priority recall; this would change to high if the air bag warning light is illuminated. Please contact your Land Rover dealer. They will check to see if your specific vehicle is affected and advise you as to what to do next. Always have your vehicle identification number (VIN) handy when you call.