Land Rover—Discovery 3 TDV6 vehicles and Range Rover Sport TDV6 vehicles (this recall is an extension of PRA2009/10961)

PRA number


Published date

Product description

Discovery 3 TDV6 vehicles and Range Rover Sport TDV6 vehicles produced between June 2004 and June 2009.

Identifying features

VIN Range: Discovery 3 LA000005 - LA513325 Range Rover Sport LS900002 - LS999999 & LS100000 - LS215618 Target Number: 7383 Campaign Number: P017

Other identifying numbers

VIN Range:Discovery 3 LA000005 - LA513325Range Rover Sport LS900002 - LS999999 & LS100000 - LS215618Target Number: 7383Campaign Number: P017

Reasons the product is recalled

Oil may migrate from the engine driven vacuum pump and collect in the brake booster. This may cause a progressive loss of brake assistance, resulting in hard brake pedal and increased stopping distance for the same pedal effort. In extreme cases, engine oil may migrate from the brake booster to the brake master cylinder which may lead to a loss of one or both of the foundation brake system hydraulic brake circuits.

Temporary sticking of the non-return valve leads to a temporary loss of vacuum assistance on the braking system. The hydraulic braking system itself remains fully functional. Once the valve has unstuck the booster vacuum is immediately restored, full braking asistance is available, and the brakes perform normally for the remainder of that drive cycle.

The hazards to consumers

The defect may lead to increased brake pedal travel, increased stopping distances and, in the event of both primary and secondary brake master cylinder seal failure, a total loss of service brakes.

What consumers should do

Contact your authorised Land Rover Dealership for rectification.


Jaguar Land Rover Australia trading as Land Rover Australia

Where the product was sold


Responsible regulator

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications is the responsible regulator for this recall.

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