ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM – POSSIBLE REDUCTION IN BRAKE SERVO ASSISTANCE

Published on 5 August 2018
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ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM ( 01/01/2003 –  30/11/2009) DEFECT:  It is possible that engine oil can enter the brake servo via the brake vacuum pump and vacuum hose. If this occurs it could damage the brake servo membrane which may leak so causing a reduction in braking assistance and a requirement to apply increased pedal force to achieve the same braking efficiency.


Remedy: Recall all affected vehicles for the fitment of a modified servo hose. In addition the checking of the brake servo for contamination and replacement if required.



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Recall Launch Date08/10/2010
Recall NoR/2010/154
MakeROLLS-ROYCE
ModelPHANTOM
Recall Model InformationPhantom
Manufacturer Ref
VIN start
VIN end
Build start01/01/2003
Build end30/11/2009
Vehicle numbers689

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