Published on 4 August 2018

LAND ROVER DEFENDER ( 01/02/2010 –  31/01/2012) DEFECT:  Some seat belt mounting bracket bolt/studs may be out of specification as they may have suffered Hydrogen Embrittlement during production. Occupants will normally notice the failure by the looseness or detachment of seat belt brackets. If the issue is not rectified occupants may not be restrained in their seat if the vehicle is involved in a collision.

Remedy: Recall affected vehicles and replace the seat belt mounting brackets.

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Recall Launch Date 08/08/2012
Recall No R/2012/069
Recall Model Information Defender (Including Defender 90 & 110 Chassis Cab Truck Cab Soft Top Hard Top Pick Up High Capacity Pick Up vehicles and 130 Double Cab Pick Up).
Manufacturer Ref P025
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Build start 01/02/2010
Build end 31/01/2012
Vehicle numbers 6136

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