Front indicators found to be incorrectly programmed.
Owners of newly purchased Range Rover vehicles will be required to return their vehicle to a dealership to have a fault in the indicators rectified.
The ACCC are overseeing the recall which affects less than 100 vehicles.
They say the front direction indicator lamp diagnostics do not provide the legally required double click/double flash warning as required.
Indicators that do not function as intended make the vehicle less conspicuous in traffic and may increase the potential for an accident.
A letter containing information on rectification of the fault has been sent to affected owners.
Is your Range Rover affected? Check your VIN here.
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