Chrysler has recalled certain 1998 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 models equipped with 5.9L 24-valve Diesel engines because the low pressure Diesel fuel supply tube located in the engine compartment between the filter and the high pressure pump can fracture, which may cause a fuel leak. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak may result in a fire. Dealers will replace the low pressure diesel fuel supply tube.
All Car Recalls
Ford has recalled certain 1998-1999 Taurus and Mercury Sable vehicles for an issue with the front seat belt buckle attaching stud. On some vehicles, the attaching stud could develop cracks due to manufacturing issues. If cracked, the belt may become detached and not properly protect vehicle occupants. Dealers will replace the seat belt buckle mounting bracket and stud assembly.
Chrysler has recalled certain 1998 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 trucks equipped with 8.0L V-10 or 5.9L V-8 gasoline engines. An exhaust system heat shield attaching screw is too close to the underbody fuel line. If they rub together, it could lead to a fuel leak. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak may result in a fire. Dealers will remove the underbody heat shield attaching screw and replace it with rubber adhesive. The chassis fuel line will be inspected for signs of wear and will be replaced if necessary.
Ford has recalled certain 1999 F150 and F250 trucks for a possible fuel leak at the fuel pressure regulator. An O-ring may have been damaged when the regulator was installed in the engine fuel rail. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak can lead to a fire. Dealers will replace the fuel pressure regulator.
Ford has recalled certain 1999 F150 and F250 light duty trucks for an issue with the speed control cable. On some vehicles, the cable may not have fully seated into the accelerator bracket. If it comes loose, the throttle may not return to idle, which can increase stopping distance. Dealers will install a clip to secure the speed control cable into the accelerator bracket.
The fuel tank may rub on the body at the front inner corner, causing a noise and possible fuel tank damage resulting in leakage of fuel. Dealers will inspect the fuel tank for wear and install a spacer between the fuel tank and body, as well as replace leaking tanks free of charge to resolve the concern.