Recall roundup: Land Rover LR4 for ABS software error image

Land Rover has issued a recall recently for several units of the LR4 because of an ABS software error.

The 2015 Land Rover LR4 is the subject of a recall announced by the car manufacturer recently. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are a total of 2, 687 units of the above mentioned model which will be affected by this condition. The NHTSA says that the recall has been announced because of a software error to the ABS which will lead to the disabling of the TC, RSC, DSC and HDC systems.

“Due to an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) software error, the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Roll Stability Control (RSC), Traction Control (TC) and Hill Decent Control (HDC) systems may be disabled. If these safety systems are disabled, a loss of vehicle stability and control may occur, increasing the risk of crash”, said the NHTSA in the recall summary of the problem.

The affected Land Rover LR4 vehicles are from the 2015 model year and they have been produced between the 19th of August, 2014, until the 9th of February, 2015. Owners of these models will be notified by Land Rover and the dealers will be updating the ABS software, free of charge. The recall should begin on the 5th of June. Land Rover is not aware of any conditions related to this issue. For any extra details on the topic, owners can contact the Land Rover Customer Service at 1 800 637 6837 or the NHTSA Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1 888 327 4236.