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Gerry 626 – 95C008000

Vehicle recall defect – The Seats Have An Incorrectly Positioned Label Warning That Any Car Seat Used In The Rear-Facing Position Should Not Be Installed In An Automobile Seat On Which An Air Bag May Deploy. This Does Not Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 213, “Child Restraint Systems.”


Mazda 626 (1986) – 86V042000

Vehicle recall defect – The Throttle Angle Sensor On The Carburetor May Contain A Nylon Rotor Which Has Not Been Heat Treated. Rotors That Have Not Been Heat Treated Contract In The Presence Of Heat Causing The Throttle Mechanism To Stick. Consequence Of Defect: This May Cause The Throttle To Stick In The Open Position Which May Result In Loss Of Control Leading To An Accident. Also,Vehicle May Not Conform With Standard 124.


Mazda 626 (1982) – 85V108000

Vehicle recall defect – In Certain High Salt Areas, The Idler Arm Is Exposed To Road Salt Which Causes The Dust Seal To Deteriorate Resulting In Idler Arm Pin Corrosion. This Causes The Pin To Freeze And Break. Consequence Of Defect: A Broken Idler Arm Pin Could Result In Loss Of Steering Control And May Cause An Accident.


Mazda 626 (1982) – 83V052000

Vehicle recall defect – Anchorage Bolt May Have Been Improperly Reinstalled After Vehicle Repair. The Bolt Could Loosen During Normal Vehicle Operation.


Mazda 626 (1981) – 85V108000

Vehicle recall defect – In Certain High Salt Areas, The Idler Arm Is Exposed To Road Salt Which Causes The Dust Seal To Deteriorate Resulting In Idler Arm Pin Corrosion. This Causes The Pin To Freeze And Break. Consequence Of Defect: A Broken Idler Arm Pin Could Result In Loss Of Steering Control And May Cause An Accident.


Mazda 626 (1981) – 83V052000

Vehicle recall defect – Anchorage Bolt May Have Been Improperly Reinstalled After Vehicle Repair. The Bolt Could Loosen During Normal Vehicle Operation.


Mazda 626 (1980) – 85V108000

Vehicle recall defect – In Certain High Salt Areas, The Idler Arm Is Exposed To Road Salt Which Causes The Dust Seal To Deteriorate Resulting In Idler Arm Pin Corrosion. This Causes The Pin To Freeze And Break. Consequence Of Defect: A Broken Idler Arm Pin Could Result In Loss Of Steering Control And May Cause An Accident.


Mazda 626 (1980) – 83V052000

Vehicle recall defect – Anchorage Bolt May Have Been Improperly Reinstalled After Vehicle Repair. The Bolt Could Loosen During Normal Vehicle Operation.


Mazda 626 (1979) – 85V108000

Vehicle recall defect – In Certain High Salt Areas, The Idler Arm Is Exposed To Road Salt Which Causes The Dust Seal To Deteriorate Resulting In Idler Arm Pin Corrosion. This Causes The Pin To Freeze And Break. Consequence Of Defect: A Broken Idler Arm Pin Could Result In Loss Of Steering Control And May Cause An Accident.