Volkswagen Recalls 1991 Jettas Due to Cruise Control Rod Issue
Drive Train, April 22, 1991
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Volkswagen has recalled certain 1991 Jettas because the lock nut of the cruise control rod for the operating servo may not have been properly torqued during manufacture. This can allow the road adjustment to change, which increases engine idle speed and stopping distance. Dealers will check and properly torque the lock nut.
Manufacturer's Report Date:
April 22, 1991
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number:
NHTSA Action Number:
VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL:LINKAGES
Potential Number of Units Affected:
THE LOCK NUT OF THE CRUISE CONTROL ROD FOR THE OPERATING SERVO MAY NOT HAVE BEEN PROPERLY TORQUED DURING MANUFACTURE.
INADEQUATE TORQUE OF THE LOCK NUT COULD ALLOW THE ROD ADJUSTMENT TO CHANGE. THIS COULD INCREASE THE ENGINE IDLE SPEED, AND POSSIBLY INCREASE STOPPING DISTANCE WITH A POTENTIAL FOR A VEHICLE ACCIDENT.
CHECK AND ASSURE PROPER LOCK NUT TORQUE ON THE CRUISE CONTROL ROD.
SYSTEM: CRUISE CONTROL.VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER CARS; CALIFORNIA MODELS EQUIPPED WITH CRUISE CONTROL.
Recall data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration