Pontiac 6000 (1984) – 84V011000

Vehicle recall defect – Some Vehicles Have Bucket Seat Back Locks That Do Not Conform To Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 207, Anchorage Of Seats. In Event Of A Crash, The Seat Back Lock May Not FunCTIon.

Pontiac 6000 (1984) – 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 (1983) – 83V105000

Vehicle recall defect – The Brake Proportioner Valves May Break And Separate From The Master Cylinder. This Would Allow Brake Fluid To Leak And Would Result In A Partial Loss Of The Brake System.

Pontiac 6000 (1983) – 83V092000

Vehicle recall defect – Parking Brake Cables Contain Incorrect Springs. These Springs Fail To Comply With Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 105, “Hydraulic Brake Systems”.