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Land Rover Discovery Sport Recalls
When a car manufacturer detects a problem with a model they put out a recall notice and more often than not offer to fix the problem free of charge.
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Common Discovery Sport Fault Codes
These are the most common Discovery Sport fault codes that people are searching for.
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About the Discovery Sport
Land Rover first released the Discovery Sport in 2014. The compact luxury crossover SUV has since only had a single generation to hit the market, which received a significant facelift in 2019. Some even consider the update to qualify as a new generation of the model.
Any sport model requires a high-performance powertrain, and the Discovery Sport is no different. To this end, Land Rover outfitted the model with a variety of turbocharged engines.
Unfortunately, this is where one of the biggest faults with the model lies. Fault code P0299 is one of the most highly reported problems for the model, indicating an underboost condition with the turbocharger.
Many owners have reported that the main cause of this is a faulty turbocharger actuator linkage. Additionally, a faulty turbocharger can often be the culprit.
The next most commonly searched fault code for the Discovery Sport is a shared one with Jaguar models. Fault code P0341 indicates that the camshaft position sensor is malfunctioning. This is typically caused by a faulty camshaft position sensor, but has also been attributed to faulty wiring within its circuit.
While not the most serious issue, it can certainly hide far more severe problems. It can also directly affect the performance of some Discovery Sport models by causing issues like misfiring and reduced power.
A number of owners have reported that this issue can simply be resolved by ensuring there are no faults in the camshaft position sensor circuit and that the sensor itself is not faulty.