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    Recall Action Numbers

    In case anyone wants to know these are the Recall Actions I've found:

    Code: BD148v3
    Title: Reinforce ABS Modulator Pressure Reduction Valve Reaction Plates
    VINs covered: XA900000 to XA907213, VA200000 to 4A846247 (All D2 production)
    Date of Issue: 23 July 2004

    Code: BD149
    Title: ACE High Pressure Pump - Banjo Connection Torque Concern
    VINs covered: YA258268 to 4A838580 (Build Dates: 13/12/1999 to 30/09/03)
    Date of Issue: 19 March 2004

    Code: A169V3
    Title: Diesel Fuel Pipe Foul condition
    VINs covered: LT736101 to LT865281 (MY2001 to MY2004)
    Date of Issue: 11 July 2006

    Code: A203v2
    Title: ACE - High Pressure Pipe Fracture
    VINs covered: YA233202 to YA258267 (MY2000)
    Date of Issue: 13 June 2006

    Code: A231v2
    Title: ACE High Pressure Hose - Attenuator Missing Leading to Possible Pipe Fracture
    VINs covered: YA260919 to YA263121 (MY2000)
    Date of Issue: 13 June 2006

    Code: A/B/D/263
    Problem: SLABS ECU interprets signals from wheel sensors incorrectly, causing brake pressure to be reduced when it should be maintained.
    VINs covered: XA900000 to XA907214, XA200000 to 1A299999, 1A700000 to 2A736347 (Build Dates: 10/6/1998 to 2/6/2001)
    Date of Issue: 18 March 2002

    Code: A/D275
    Title: Variable Handbrake Travel Resulting in Poor Handbrake Performance -- Manual Gearbox
    VINs covered: XA900000 to XA907214, XA200000 TO 1A299999, 1A700000 TO 2A762878 ( Build Dates: 10 July 1998 to 18 Feb 2002)
    Date of Issue: 04 March 2002

    Code: A/D277
    Title: Variable Handbrake Travel Resulting in Poor Handbrake Performance -- Automatic Gearbox
    VINs covered: XA900000 to XA907214, XA200000 TO 1A299999, 1A700000 TO 2A762878 ( Build Dates: 10 July 1998 to 18 Feb 2002)
    Date of Issue: 04 March 2002


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    Interesting.

    How do I find out if the relevant ones have been carried out on my D2? The recall sticker on mine has not been filled out.

    Also any idea when they expire?

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    Probably the easiest way to find out is to create a free account on TOPIx - TOPIx and look up your VIN. Any outstanding recalls will be shown in the vehicle information.

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    I just had a look on the TOPIx site and my vehicle comes up with the following Outstanding Campaigns:
    A263 - DEBRIS FROM BEARINGS CONTAMINATING ABS SENSOR DI.

    For how long is LR obligated to honour outstanding campaigns?

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    I doubt LR will honor at this stage. It's about 10 years since the recall, and owners would have been notified at the time of the recall.


    The a263 recall involved replacing the SLABS ecu with the SRD000070 part which has better tolerance to metallic particles attaching to the abs wheel sensors. The SRD000070 ecu's are pretty common at wreckers and the changeover is fairly straight forward, although I'd look for a srd000150 or srd500070 if I was going to go to the trouble of doing the swap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OffTrack View Post
    Probably the easiest way to find out is to create a free account on TOPIx - TOPIx and look up your VIN. Any outstanding recalls will be shown in the vehicle information.

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    Just checked mine, no outstanding campaigns

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountP View Post
    I just had a look on the TOPIx site and my vehicle comes up with the following Outstanding Campaigns:
    A263 - DEBRIS FROM BEARINGS CONTAMINATING ABS SENSOR DI.

    For how long is LR obligated to honour outstanding campaigns?
    If it's showing as 'outstanding' on TOPIx, then LR should cover it under warranty.
    Expired campaigns are supposed to be removed from the outstanding list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gavinwibrow View Post
    I just had a look - do I really need to be an independent automotive related service type organisation in OZ to register?
    No. Once you agree to the Terms and Conditions you only need to fill forename, surname, email, address and password. The company/dealer fields are optional and there is a checkbox to tick if you are using the site for business purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse View Post
    If it's showing as 'outstanding' on TOPIx, then LR should cover it under warranty.
    Expired campaigns are supposed to be removed from the outstanding list.
    I'd hope that was the case, but I've seen posts here of LR refusing to do the work FOC due to the elapsed time. You can but ask.
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