The repairs may involved software updates along with physical alterations.
"Affected vehicles will be repaired free of charge and every effort will be made to minimise inconvenience to the customer during the short time required for the work to be carried out".
This announcement was made after regulators discovered 10 models were emitting more than the permitted levels of the greenhouse gas.
Despite JLR's very latest cars delivering exceptional real world emissions, it seems an bad lot of the cars Jaguar and Land Rover has produced since 2016 - 44,535 of them - emit levels of Carbon dioxide which don't meet certified levels. JLR then informed the country's Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), which handles recalls, of the findings.
The European Commission's rapid alert system warned that JLR's cars "may emit excessive levels of Carbon dioxide and may not conform with the certified condition".
In its statement, Jaguar Land Rover didn't state what the recall work would entail.
The carmaker says it will contact owners to arrange repairs.
She said: "Consumers must be able to fully trust the claims of auto manufacturers, particularly after the emissions scandals of recent years".
It's only a week since Jaguar Land Rover proved how low their diesel vehicle emissions now are by using independent testing by AIR Index to demonstrate just how clean their engines now are.