Yaw Rate Sensor
Aug 16,2005
Range Rover vehicles equipped with Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) could have had a yaw rate sensor installed that has internally delaminated. This could actuate the DSC system incorrectly, resulting in uneven
and unexpected application of the brakes.

Action to be taken:
Land Rover has taken the decision to recall all vehicles in the above VIN range that have not been repaired under Quarantine Notice Q3104, to inspect and if necessary, renew the yaw rate sensor.

All unsold vehicles or vehicles that have not been handed over to the customer, within the above VIN ranges, must be repaired prior to sale or onward distribution. For vehicles in the hands of the customer, this Recall Action must be undertaken to inspect the suspect yaw rate sensor for the affected production batch numbers and to renew if necessary. If the yaw rate sensor has a production lot number of S0029201, S0029202 or S0029284 on the parts identification label, on the top of the sensor, the yaw rate sensor will need to be renewed.

VIN Range:

LM****4A176708 to LM****4A177695
recallnum : A178
Build Date : 2004
Also covered : ( Freelander L314 )
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