LAND ROVER DEFENDER – LEFT HAND FRONT BRAKE FLEXIBLE HOSE CONCERN

Published on 4 August 2018
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LAND ROVER DEFENDER ( –  ) DEFECT:  Land Rover has received a small number of reports that detail a potential abrasion condition between the front left hand flexible brake hose and tyre. In extreme circumstances dependant upon the position of the hose the front left hand tyre can contact the hose and cause abrasion to the outer lining material which could result in a brake fluid leak.


Remedy: Recall all affected vehicles to check the clearance between the hose and tyre where abrasion or limited clearance is found the hose must be replaced.




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Recall Launch Date 22/04/2002
Recall No R/2001/171
Make LAND-ROVER
Model DEFENDER
Recall Model Information Defender
Manufacturer Ref 273
VIN start XA159961 to 1A617058
VIN end
Build start
Build end
Vehicle numbers 14727

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