Fusebox Harness - Routing
Jan 01,2004
Range Rovers RHD Petrol & Diesel.

All right hand drive Range Rover models manufactured within the above Vin range may have an underbonnet harness that is routed close to the Anti-Lock Braking system pump, banjo fixing, within proximity of the fuse box. The harness may
‘chaff’ in this area if hard contact is evident.

ACTION:
At the next opportunity, either Service interval or for remedial warranty work, check that the routing of the underbonnet harness breakout is clear of the Anti-Lock Braking system (ABS) pump, banjo fixing. To ensure that the harness remains clear
of the banjo fixing an additional tie-wrap is to be fitted to the harness which will reposition
the harness breakout outboard in the fuse box area.

MA300190 to VA373329
recallnum : AD 489
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