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Rover recalls 21,000 600 models

ROVER is recalling 21,634 Rover 600 Series cars built between December 1994 and December 1995 to check a potential steering rack fault. The manufacturer has identified a few incidences of the rack mounting bolts working themselves loose leading to a rattle and a feeling of imprecision in the steering.

No accident or injury has occurred but Rover is requesting owners to take their cars to their local dealer for a quick check which will be carried out free of charge. Owners of the vehicles affected will be individually notified by letter.

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