Another Range Rover recall affecting 3 models

It was over the weekend when we discussed that Land Rover was to begin its airbag recall, and now there seems to be another. There are three models affected by this latest recall, and those are the 2013-15 Range Rover, 2014-15 Range Rover Sport and the 2015 LR4.

Another Range Rover recall affecting 3 models

However, some of these are part of a separate campaign, which we will now explain. Altogether there are 61,793 vehicles affected by this new recall, and the NHTSA is working closely with Land Rover to make sure things go along smoothly.

It would seem that the OCS might get confused when trying to work out if there is a small adult in the front passenger seat, or a child. If this is the case, then the airbag could be shut off, when in fact there is no need for it to.

From the models above we can tell you that the Range Rover affected was built between Aug. 23, 2012, and Feb. 5, 2015, and as for the Sport version, this is for those built between June 16, 2013 and Feb. 5, 2015.

There is also a separate recall for the 2015 Range Rover Sport and LR4, but only those fitted with the 3.0-liter supercharged V6. It would seem that their rod bolts were not correctly torqued, and so this will mean the entire engine will need to be replaced. For more details please visit Autoblog, or share your current Land Rover problems with us.