HeVAC Panel Quiescent Drain
Dec 12,2004
The air conditioning control panel fitted to vehicles within the above VIN range may have been manufactured with a fault in the circuit. In some instances, this can cause the circuit board of the HeVAC control panel to remain active after the vehicle has shut down and lead to excessive quiescent battery drain and a potential non-start condition.

Action:
All affected vehicles should be installed with a relay and link harness to ensure that the HeVAC control panel will shut down when required.

Note: Some vehicles may have been updated by installing a locally sourced relay and wiring, as
advised by Land Rover Technical Support. In this instance, the relay and wiring must be removed
and this Service Action carried out.

4A 153466 to 4A 164860
recallnum : BD162 v2
Build Date : 2004
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