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Land Rover recalls 10,000 diesels

LAND Rover has recalled 10,000 Discovery and Defender TD5 diesels, produced between September 1998 and June 1999, because of an engine problem, along with 1,300 Discovery Series 2 V8s to replace a idler pulley.

Tests have shown the possibility of failure in the TD5's flywheel assembly. The V8s are being recalled after a 'handful' of pulleys snapped.

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