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Ford Aerostar (1986) – 86V006000

Vehicle recall defect – There May Be Inadequate Welding In Some Underbody Structural Areas, Including Those At The Rear Suspension Attachments, Which May Cause It To Separate. Consequence Of Defect: If Rear Suspension Attachments Should Separate From The Underbody During Vehicle Use, The Axle Could Shift During Acceleration Or Braking And May Adversely Affect The Steering Control Which May Lead To An Accident.


Ford Aerostar (1986) – 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.


Ford Aeromax (1998) – 99V050000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Trucks Equipped With Optional WABCo Air Dryer. The Air Brake System Was Plumbed So That The Systems Did Not Provide Air Reservoir Isolation. This Does Not Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.”


Ford Aeromax (1998) – 00V335000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Medium Duty Tandem Rear Axle Trucks With Abs. These Vehicles Fail To Comply With Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.” The Air Brake System Was Plumbed So That Complete Air Reservoir Isolation Was Not Provided. Some Vehicles Were Built With An Air Line From The System Ecu Relay Valve Module Tee Fitting, Incorrectly Connected To The System Supply Tank, Rather Than The System Auxiliary Primary Tank.


Ford Aeromax (1997) – 99V050000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Trucks Equipped With Optional WABCo Air Dryer. The Air Brake System Was Plumbed So That The Systems Did Not Provide Air Reservoir Isolation. This Does Not Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.”


Ford Aeromax (1997) – 96V200000

Vehicle recall defect – The Air Brake System Was Manufactured Having Air Brake Pressure Release Times Of Approximately 1.5 Seconds. This Does Not Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.”


Ford Aeromax (1996) – 96V200000

Vehicle recall defect – The Air Brake System Was Manufactured Having Air Brake Pressure Release Times Of Approximately 1.5 Seconds. This Does Not Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.”


Ford A9513 (1998) – 98V120011

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Trailers Equipped With Aftermarket Aluminum Dual Wheels, 22.5X8.25, One-Piece, Tubeless, Supplied By Accuride/Akw. Certain Design Revisions Combined With Process Conditions Caused Fatigue Cracks In These Wheels.


Ford 800D (1984) – 84V039000

Vehicle recall defect – Damage To Cotter Pin During Assembly Or From Tilting Cab For Service Could Cause Brake Linkage Separation.


Ford 8000 (2000) – 01V044011

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Trucks Equipped With Drag Link Assemblies Containing 24-Dl Model Ball Sockets And Manufactured By TRW. Certain Of The Tie Rod Ball-Socket Bearings Have A Below-Specification Case Depth And/Or Hardness, Which Can Lead To Premature Wear Of The Socket.