— Land Rover is recalling about 3,600 of its U.S.-made Land Cruisers, as part of an effort to correct an engineering problem that could have led to some of the vehicles overheating.
The recall covers about 3.7 million vehicles, including about 1.5 million Land Cruises.
We have identified a problem with the cooling of the radiator for the fuel tanks in the rear of the vehicle.
The problem affects some of our vehicles, which are not the vehicles that are affected.
In a statement, Land Rover said it is recalling the vehicles to correct a “system defect” with the radiator.
The company said it will notify customers in the United States and Canada.
Land Rover has sold about 8.5 billion Land Cruis, and its stock price has risen more than 10 percent in recent weeks as the company has been working on an all-new, more powerful version of its iconic SUV.
Earlier this month, Land Cruiser unveiled a brand-new SUV that will be called the Land Rover Defender.
Land Cruisers are built by Land Rover, but they are sold directly by some of its suppliers.