1983

Accurate Accurate (1983) – 86V013000

Vehicle recall defect – Cracks May Develop In The Welding Of The Structural Support Around The Fifth Wheel King Pin. Consequence Of Defect: The Fifth Wheel King Pin Could Pull Out Allowing The Trailer To Break Loose. This Could Result In A Vehicle Crash Without Prior Warning.


Airstream Airstream (1983) – 84V058000

Vehicle recall defect – The Brakes Are Operated With VacuUM Assistance. The VacuUM Reservoir Tank May Develop Air Leaks From Rust Deterioration. The Rust Occurs Because The Position Of The Tank Does Not Allow Proper Drainage.


Airstream Airstream (1983) – 83V124000

Vehicle recall defect – Brake Line May Develop A Hole Or Leak By Shorting Against A Bare, Live Electrical Line. The Electrical Conductor Could Lose Insulation Due To Melting By Muffler Heat.


Alfa Travel Trailer (1983) – 85V117000

Vehicle recall defect – Pinboxes Welded To The Hitch Of The 5Th Wheel Unit May Bend Under Certain Conditions Where MaximUM Stress Is Approached Or Exceeded, Causing The KinGPIn To Break. Consequence Of Defect: If The KinGPIn Breaks Free Of The Pinbox, The Trailer Could Slide Off The Hitch And Damage The Towing Truck Or May Separate Completely From The Towing Vehicle And Result In An Accident.


AM General Dj5M (1983) – 83V114000

Vehicle recall defect – A Collision Could Result In A Fuel Line Being Pinched Between The Fuel Pump Inlet And The Electrical Diagnostic Unit Mounting Bracket. This Could Cause A Fuel Leak Which Is A Failure To Comply With Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 301, “Fuel System Integrity”.


American Motors Alliance (1983) – 85V007000

Vehicle recall defect – The Manual Steering Gear Unit May Lack Integrity Due To The Heavy Use Of Road Salt In Certain Areas Of Heavy Snow Fall. Consequence Of Defect: Damage To The Steering Gear Could Cause Handling Difficulty Which May Result In Loss Of Vehicle Control And An Accident.


American Motors Eagle (1983) – 09E021000

Vehicle recall defect – Federal-Mogul Corporation Is Recalling 2,790 Mechanical Fuel Pumps, P/No. M6737 Sold Under Carter And Napa Brands And P/No. 2M6737 Sold Under Accu-Flow And Tru-Flow Brands Shipped Between August 2008 And March 2009 For Use As Replacement Equipment For The Vehicles Listed Above. The Fuel Pump DiaphraGM Rod In Certain ProduCTIon Runs May Have Been Improperly Manufactured. Improperly Manufactured Pump DiaphraGM Rods May Cause The Pump To Produce Excess Pressure.


American Motors Eagle (1983) – 07E064000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Federal-Mogul Aftermarket Fuel Pumps Sold Under The Brand Names Of Carter, Accuflow, Napa, Truflow, Parts Depo, And Parts Master, Shipped Between August 2006 And July 2007 For Use On The Vehicles Listed Above. The Fuel Pump DiaphraGM In Certain ProduCTIon Runs May Have Been Improperly Installed Or Inadequately Tested Which May Cause The Fuel Pump To Leak.


American Motors Concord (1983) – 09E021000

Vehicle recall defect – Federal-Mogul Corporation Is Recalling 2,790 Mechanical Fuel Pumps, P/No. M6737 Sold Under Carter And Napa Brands And P/No. 2M6737 Sold Under Accu-Flow And Tru-Flow Brands Shipped Between August 2008 And March 2009 For Use As Replacement Equipment For The Vehicles Listed Above. The Fuel Pump DiaphraGM Rod In Certain ProduCTIon Runs May Have Been Improperly Manufactured. Improperly Manufactured Pump DiaphraGM Rods May Cause The Pump To Produce Excess Pressure.


American Trailers A-459 (1983) – 83V123000

Vehicle recall defect – Air Leaks May Develop In The Two Hoses That Connect To The Emergency Brake Chambers. The Rear Emergency Brake Hose May Not Extend Into The Brake Hose End Fitting, Due To Poor CriMPIng Of The Hose.