LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER VELAR – FUEL MAY LEAK

Published on 5 August 2018
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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER VELAR ( 05/05/2016 –  31/01/2018) DEFECT:  The brazing of the fuel rail end caps is inconsistent and may not correctly seal the fuel rail ends. Fuel vapour and liquid fuel leaks can occur over time. This can lead to a liquid fuel leak into the engine bay.


Remedy: On affected vehicles replace the fuel rail with a correctly manufactured version.




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Recall Launch Date 13/03/2018
Recall No R/2018/036
Make LAND-ROVER
Model RANGE-ROVER-VELAR
Recall Model Information Range Rover Range Rover Sport Range Rover Evoque Range Rover Velar Discovery Sport All New Discovery (All 2.0L Petrol Engines)
Manufacturer Ref N138
VIN start SALYA2AX9JA700000
VIN end SALYA2BX5JA746759
Build start 05/05/2016
Build end 31/01/2018
Vehicle numbers 1537

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