Car recalls

Recalls are issued for cars with safety-related defects or problems

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For Models: Subaru Legacy

Engine, April 28, 1992

Summary: A MISALIGNMENT OF THE REAR SEAT CUSHION LATCHING BRACKET REINFORCEMENT PLATE TO THE FLOOR REQUIRED A MACHINE TAP TO CLEAR THE OPENING FOR A MOUNTING BOLT. THE TOP OF THE FUEL TANK MAY HAVE BEEN PUNCTURED WHEN THE TAP WAS USED.

For Models: Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile uCutlass Calais, Pontiac Grand Am

Body, Interior & Misc., April 16, 1992

Summary: MOISTURE CAN ENTER THE EXPRESS-DOWN ELECTRONIC CONTROL MODULE AND CAUSE A SHORT CIRCUIT THAT CAUSES WINDOW OPERATION WITHOUT OPERATOR CONTROL, AND LEAVES THE WINDOW IN THE DOWN POSITION.

For Models: Chevrolet Suburban 1500, Chevrolet Suburban 2500, GMC Suburban 1500, GMC Suburban 2500, GMC Yukon

Brakes, April 9, 1992

Summary: THE PIVOT BOLT HOLDING THE BRAKE PEDAL TO ITS SUPPORT BRACKET MAY BE IMPROPERLY TIGHTENED AND MAY NOT HAVE ENGAGED THE LOCKING MATERIAL ON THE BOLT. THE BOLT CAN DISENGAGE FROM THE NUT.

For Models: Pontiac Sunbird

Drive Train, April 7, 1992

Summary: THE ACCELERATOR CABLE MAY HAVE BEEN KINKED DURING VEHICLE ASSEMBLY. THE KINK IN THE CABLE CAN CAUSE EITHER A HIGH EFFORT ACCELERATOR CABLE, STICKING ACCELERATOR CABLE, OR A BROKEN ACCELERATOR CABLE.

For Models: Lexus SC400

Brakes, March 27, 1992

Summary: THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKE/TRACTION CONTROL COMPUTER LOGIC PROGRAM WAS INCOMPLETE, RESULTING IN THE TRAPPING OF BRAKE FLUID PRESSURE IN THE REAR BRAKE LINES. FAILURE TO RELEASE THE REAR BRAKE LINE PRESSURE CAUSES A CONDITION WHERE BRAKE PEDAL APPLICATION RESULTS IN ACTIVATION OF THE FRONT BRAKE ONLY, AND CONTINUAL REAR BRAKE DRAG.

For Models: Mazda MX-6

Suspension & Steering, March 25, 1992

Summary: THE LOWER ARM BALL JOINTS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE FRONT SUSPENSION MAY NOT HAVE BEEN TORQUED TO SPECIFICATION.

For Models: Jaguar XJS

Electrical & Lights, March 23, 1992

Summary: THE HIGH TENSION LEAD FROM THE IGNITION COIL CAN MOVE FROM THE PRODUCTION LOCATION CLOSER TO THE #4A FUEL INJECTOR HOSE. THIS COULD LEAD TO THE OUTER AND INNER INJECTOR HOSES CRACKING OR SPLITTING FROM OZONE DETERIORATION.

For Models: Toyota MR2

Body, Interior & Misc., March 20, 1992

Summary: THE DRIVER'S OCCUPANT PROTECTION SYSTEM (STEERING WHEEL AND AIR BAG) EXCEEDS THE 60G THORAX CRITERION IN NHTSA CRASH TESTS.

For Models: Buick Riviera, Cadillac Eldorado, Cadillac Seville

Suspension & Steering, March 16, 1992

Summary: THE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT TO STEERING RACK LOWER COUPLING PINCH BOLT MAY BE MISSING.

For Models: Dodge Ram 50

Body, Interior & Misc., March 6, 1992

Summary: THE TIRE SELECTION AND RIMS CERITIFICATION LABEL MAY HAVE INCORRECT INFORMATION.

For Models: Land Rover Range Rover

Brakes, March 3, 1992

Summary: THE ELECTRICAL SWITCH ADJACENT TO THE BRAKE PEDAL WHICH OPERATES THE BRAKE LAMPS MAY FAIL TO OPERATE.

For Models: Mazda Navajo

Drive Train, March 3, 1992

Summary: WHEN THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVER IS PLACED IN THE PARK POSITION, THE PARK PAWL DOES NOT ALWAYS ABUT OR ENGAGE THE PARK GEAR.

For Models: Ford Aerostar, Ford Bronco, Ford Explorer, Ford Ranger

Drive Train, March 2, 1992

Summary: WHEN THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVER IS PLACED IN THE PARK POSITION, THE PARK PAWL DOES NOT ALWAYS ABUT OR ENGAGE THE PARK GEAR.

For Models: Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager

Brakes, February 28, 1992

Summary: THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM HIGH PRESSURE PUMP MAY BE POROUS WHICH WILL RESULT IN BRAKE FLUID LEAKAGE.

For Models: Porsche 968

Suspension & Steering, February 21, 1992

Summary: ONE OR MORE OF THE BOLTS MOUNTING THE STEERING RACK TO THE CHASSIS OF THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE BEEN STRETCHED, DUE TO OVER TORQUING IN THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS, CAUSING SOME OF THE BOLTS TO LOOSEN.

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