More on the Range Rover Recall
A Range Rover Recall was recently announced after Land Rover gave details on the recall, which included 1,285 model year 2020 Range Rover Evoque non-PHEV vehicles equipped with 18-inch wheels. They decided upon the recall after the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) recommended pressure being incorrectly set in the instrument cluster.
Due to this fact, the TPMS warning light will not be activated when tire pressure reaches 25% below the cold inflation pressure mentioned on the tire placard.
If this happens, drivers may be unaware that they’re driving the vehicle with low tire pressure. Thus, it could cause negative effects on the operator’s driving experience and increase the risk of a crash.
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What You Need To Do
According to reports, Land Owners will inform the owners about the recall. Meanwhile, dealers are assigned to update the instrument cluster software, free of charge.
Reports also revealed that the recall is set to start on October 16, 2020.
For concerned owners, they can call Land Rover customer service at (800) 369-1000. The number for Land Rover’s recall is N486.
Editor’s note on The Range Rover Recall:
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