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International Harvester 1700 (1978) – 79V031000

Vehicle recall defect – The Defect Is Insecure ClaMPIng Of The Steering Column Coupling To The Steering Gear Input Shaft Due To Clamp Failure. The Clamp Was Improperly Heat-Treated And May Be Deformed Or Fractured. Insecure ClaMPIng Can Cause Wear And Progressive Looseness, Which If Not Detected Or Not Promptly Repaired Could Progress Until Serrations Of Shaft And/Or Internal Spline Teeth Of Coupling Become Stripped.


International Harvester 1700 (1978) – 78V260000

Vehicle recall defect – The Air Supply Lines From The Primary And Secondary Air Tanks To The Air Brake Application (Foot) Valve May Have Been Installed In Reverse. In The Event Of Air Loss Failure In The Primary System, Total Loss Of Service Brakes Could Occur.


International Harvester 1700 (1979) – 79V031000

Vehicle recall defect – The Defect Is Insecure ClaMPIng Of The Steering Column Coupling To The Steering Gear Input Shaft Due To Clamp Failure. The Clamp Was Improperly Heat-Treated And May Be Deformed Or Fractured. Insecure ClaMPIng Can Cause Wear And Progressive Looseness, Which If Not Detected Or Not Promptly Repaired Could Progress Until Serrations Of Shaft And/Or Internal Spline Teeth Of Coupling Become Stripped.


International Harvester 1700 (1978) – 79V095000

Vehicle recall defect – DefeCTIve Bolts May Have Been Used To Mount The Brake Master Cylinder To The Cab Firewall, Resulting In Bolt Fracture. Fracture Of All The Master Cylinder Mounting Bolts Would Allow Separation Of The Master Cylinder From Its Mounting.