210

Datsun 210 (1982) – 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.


Datsun 210 (1981) – 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.


Datsun 210 (1980) – 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.


Datsun 210 (1979) – 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.


Mercedes Benz 210 (1999) – 09E025000

Vehicle recall defect – Dope, Inc. Is Recalling 42,540 Combination Corner And Bumper Lamp Assemblies Of Various Part Numbers Sold For Use As Aftermarket Equipment For Various Passenger Vehicles. These Headlamps Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.” These Lamps Do Not Contain The Required Amber Side Reflectors.


Mercedes Benz 210 (1998) – 09E025000

Vehicle recall defect – Dope, Inc. Is Recalling 42,540 Combination Corner And Bumper Lamp Assemblies Of Various Part Numbers Sold For Use As Aftermarket Equipment For Various Passenger Vehicles. These Headlamps Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.” These Lamps Do Not Contain The Required Amber Side Reflectors.


Mercedes Benz 210 (1997) – 09E025000

Vehicle recall defect – Dope, Inc. Is Recalling 42,540 Combination Corner And Bumper Lamp Assemblies Of Various Part Numbers Sold For Use As Aftermarket Equipment For Various Passenger Vehicles. These Headlamps Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.” These Lamps Do Not Contain The Required Amber Side Reflectors.


Mercedes Benz 210 (1996) – 09E025000

Vehicle recall defect – Dope, Inc. Is Recalling 42,540 Combination Corner And Bumper Lamp Assemblies Of Various Part Numbers Sold For Use As Aftermarket Equipment For Various Passenger Vehicles. These Headlamps Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.” These Lamps Do Not Contain The Required Amber Side Reflectors.


Peterbilt 210 (2012) – 12V490000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2012-2013 Kenworth K270 And K370 Vehicles, Manufactured From November 23, 2011, Through September 27, 2012, And Model Year 2012-2013 Peterbilt 210 And 220 Vehicles, Manufactured From July 29, 2011, Through September 25, 2012, For Failing To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) No. 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.” The Fog Lamps May Be Illuminated While The High Beam Headlights Are On. Additionally, The Daytime Running Lights Are Not DeActivated When The Headlight Control Is Switched To An “On” Position.


Peterbilt 210 (2010) – 17V554000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 2009-2010 Peterbilt 210 And 220 Trucks; 2012-2018 Peterbilt 210, 220, 330 And 337 Trucks; And 2010-2018 Kenworth K270 And K370 Trucks. These Lfna Trucks Have A Front Axle Sway Bar Link That May Come Loose On The Frame Rail End And Fall Into The Path Of The Drag Link, Possibly Binding The Steering System.