Jaguar Land Rover recalls F-PACE SUVs over rear turn signal problem

Mahwah, NJ – August 13, 2022 – Tata Motors (NYSE:TTM), which owns Jaguar Land Rover, is recalling 5,297 2021–2022 Jaguar F-PACE SUVs over an issue with the rear signal lights, which could increase the risk of an accident.

Recall summary

Turn signals on a vehicle alert motorists and pedestrians as to which direction the driver intends to turn.

In the affected vehicles, incorrect tail lights may have been installed during assembly, preventing the rear turn signals from working properly and being seen by those driving behind the vehicle. 

The component involved in this recall is the tailgate mounted rear lamp with multiple part numbers, including T4A44678, T4A44679, and T4A44681.

Recall risks

Read more about the risks of this defect in our recent article about a similar rear light recall issued by Stellantis.

Other Jaguar recalls 

In April 2022, Tata Motors recalled 14,812 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles over an issue with the seat belts. The seat belt emergency locking retractor could fail to lock when the seat belt webbing is yanked during an emergency, leading to an increased risk of injury.

In February 2022, a total of  18,824 Land Rover vehicles, among them Evoque SUVs for the 2020 model year, were recalled due to problems with the airbag.

There was a Jaguar F-PACE recall in September 2021 due to faulty seat belts for child seats. The recall also included other makes.

The repair

Dealers will inspect the Jaguar turn signals and replace the installed lamps with the correct ones. Repairs will be performed at no cost to owners.

Affected owners will be notified by September 16, 2022. 

Is your vehicle part of this recall?

More than 5,000 vehicles are included in this Jaguar F-PACE tail light recall. To see if your vehicle is affected, run a Jaguar recall check using MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.  

Joseph EstabilloJaguar Land Rover recalls F-PACE SUVs over rear turn signal problem

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