LAND ROVER FREELANDER – INSECURITY OF FRONT SEAT BACKREST.

Published on 5 August 2018
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LAND ROVER FREELANDER ( 01/08/2000 –  28/02/2001) DEFECT:  The front seats may not latch positively following operation of the seat tip lever. In consequence the seat squab (backrest) could attempt to fold forward if the vehicle should be brought to a very rapid stop.


Remedy: Affected vehicles will be recalled for examination of the operation and integrity of the front seat tip lever and latching mechanism. In cases where the mechanism is found to bind a new seat frame assembly will be fitted.




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Recall Launch Date 22/10/2001
Recall No R/2001/017
Make LAND-ROVER
Model FREELANDER
Recall Model Information Freelander
Manufacturer Ref 237
VIN start 1A578669 to 1A599999
VIN end
Build start 01/08/2000
Build end 28/02/2001
Vehicle numbers 4368

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