Land Rover has issued a recall on its 2014 Range Rover model in order to fix a problem with the turn signal indicator.
According to the British automaker, 5,238 Range Rover SUVs in total are affected by the recall, where the turn signal indicator might not flash at a double rate or click at a double rate to give a notification to the driver of a front turn signal malfunction. If the owner of the vehicle isn’t aware that their front turn signal isn’t working, then other drivers on the road aren’t being notified that the vehicle is turning.
No reports of accidents or injuries have been linked to the recall and all affected Range Rovers were built from May 7, 2013 through October 10, 2013. Dealers will begin contacting owners starting May 27 so that they can have their software updated on their vehicles.
GALLERY: 2014 Land Rover Range Rover
Discuss this story at our Range Rover forum