Worldwide, 3,274 Land Rover Range Rovers and Range Rover Sport with hybrid-electric drive (HEV) manufactured between 2013 and 2017 have to go back to the workshop. The reason for the measure is a fault in the cell monitoring module, which can lead to the vehicle not being able to start. In Germany, 469 vehicles are affected.
The battery cell monitoring circuit (CSC) is modified in the workshop. The KBA is monitoring the recall under reference number “012562”, and the internal code is “N657”.
|Model:||Range Rover, Range Rover Sport|
|Year of manufacture:||2013 – 2017|
|Production:||2013 – 2017|
Source: KBA 012562
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