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Jaguar Australia - JAGUAR XF

recall information

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PRA number
Campaign number
Original published date

make and model information

Affected units

Identifying features

R00019 to R22438

What are the defects?

A concern has been identified with the fitting process used in vehicle manufacture in relation to both rear seat belt D-loops on a number of 2009MY Jaguar XF vehicles. A minority of vehicles built up until VIN R22438 may have had seat belt D-loops fitted where the D-loops may not freely rotate. The seat belt may not run freely when the rear seat belts are being pulled out and, should a vehicle suffer a moderate to heavy frontal impact, the rear seat occupants may not be fully restrained.

What are the hazards?


What should consumers do?

Contact your nearest Jaguar Australia dealer.
Supplier details
Jaguar Australia

Responsible regulator

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

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