The affected vehicles were sold between 2 November 2020 and 11 March 2021 (Model Year 2021).
The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says: “The fixing nuts which connect the exhaust downpipe to the catalytic convertor may not have been tightened to specification – the fixings may loosen over time, which may cause a hot exhaust gas leak into the engine bay.”
“If a hot exhaust gas leak occurs, this may cause localised heat damage and, if sustained, can lead to under bonnet smoke and a vehicle fire. A vehicle fire could increase the risk injury or death to vehicle occupants or bystanders,” the notice continues.
A spokesperson for Jaguar Land Rover Australia told CarAdvice there have been no locally recorded instances of the fault, and this recall is purely precautionary.
A full list of vehicle identification numbers for the 533 vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.
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