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Pontiac 6000 (1986) – 86V056000

Vehicle recall defect – The Push-Pull Headlight Switch May Have Electrical Contacts Which Allow An Intermittent Headlight Circuit Causing Headlight To Flicker Or Suddenly Go Out. Consequence Of Defect: Sudden Loss Of The Headlights Under Severe Weather Or Nighttime Driving Conditions Could Reduce Driver Visibility Which Might Result In A Vehicle Crash Without Prior Warning. Note: Also, See Nhtsa Campaign Number 86V131000.


Pontiac 6000 (1986) – 06E043000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Replacement Fuel Filters, Fram Brand Name P/N G3727, With Date Codes X52911 Through X60801 Sequentially Or X600141 And A Mexico Country Or Origin Marking On The Fuel Filter Housing Manufactured From October 18, 2005, Through March 21, 2006, Sold For Use On The Vehicles Listed Above And On Certain School Buses. (To See The School Bus Engine Sizes, Click On “Document Search” And Then “Bus Applications”). The Connector On The Fuel Filter Was Not Manufactured To Honeywell’S Specification. As A Result, The O-Ring May Not Seat Correctly On The Fuel Line.


Pontiac 6000 (1985) – 84V132000

Vehicle recall defect – The Throttle Linkage May Bind Because During Normal Operation, The Throttle Body Case May Interfere With The Linkage. This Interference Could Prevent The Throttle From Closing Even Though The Driver Has Removed His Foot From The Accelerator Pedal.


Pontiac 6000 (1985) – 06E043000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Replacement Fuel Filters, Fram Brand Name P/N G3727, With Date Codes X52911 Through X60801 Sequentially Or X600141 And A Mexico Country Or Origin Marking On The Fuel Filter Housing Manufactured From October 18, 2005, Through March 21, 2006, Sold For Use On The Vehicles Listed Above And On Certain School Buses. (To See The School Bus Engine Sizes, Click On “Document Search” And Then “Bus Applications”). The Connector On The Fuel Filter Was Not Manufactured To Honeywell’S Specification. As A Result, The O-Ring May Not Seat Correctly On The Fuel Line.