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Jaguar Australia - JAGUAR XF

recall information

Recall number
PRA number
Campaign number
Original published date

make and model information

Affected units

Identifying features

R00001 - R11394

What are the defects?

A concern has been identified with the instrument cluster speaker that provides some of the audible warnings on certain vehicles identified within the above range. The speaker wires may fracture as a consequence of an overly aggressive tick tock sound wave form, the volume of which is vehicle speed dependent. At higher speed the wave form has an amplitude tht aggravates the condition where the speaker wire could fail. It is therefore possible that, through normal use, over time the speaker will cease to operate. The following audible notifications are impacted. Turner indicator, seat belt warning, lights warning driver door open, driver intervene (adaptive cruise control vehicles only) and seat memory.

What are the hazards?


What should consumers do?

Contact your Jaguar 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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