2010 Land Rover Range Rover accessories - interior NHTSA complaints: Equipment

NHTSA — Equipment Problems


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2010 Land Rover Range Rover Owner Comments

problem #2

Apr 262011

Range Rover

  • miles


My sunroof on my 2005 Land Rover LR3 has same issues as below that was on a previous recall issue of a 2008 LR2 Land Rover recall number #08V055000 the vehicle was built with a sunroof. Failure of either the left or right hand side sunroof guide rail can occur when the sunroof is operated. Excessive stress can develop in the over-molded bracket which could lead to cracking during normal sunroof operation. If cracks occur and propagate in a certain area of the guide rail, fragments of the plastic over-mold material may detach from the guide rail and obstruct the operation of the sunroof. This is not a part in which you need to bring it in and service per the service manual to prevent mechanical breakdown, and the customer can have caused this then normal use.

- Mission Viejo, CA, USA

problem #1

Apr 042010

Range Rover

  • miles
I took my 2002 Land Rover freelander into Land Rover to be service because my transmission was slipping and the check engine light was on. They said it wasn't the transmission but it was the upper intake manifold, the vacuum hoses, and sensor that was causing the problem. So we had them replace the manifold, hoses and sensors. The service manager keep narrating that it wasn't the transmission. We picked up the car the next day again the service manager assist it wasn't the transmission and the car is running perfectly. As soon as I went about 2 miles my transmission started slipping. I took the car back to Land Rover the next day irritated. The car spent 5 days at the shop trying to find out the problem. Which was indeed the transmission, they didn't offer to fix the transmission but to refund the money and put the old parts back in. Which we agree to unless they guarantee it would be in the same condition. It was making more noise then before, 2 weeks later the timing belt broke. This car is a lemon. Its doesn't make since how the engine, the timing belt, the transmission, and the upper intake manifold all fell at once. The car is not running and stuck in my drive way.

- Sarasota, FL, USA

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