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1994 Ford E-350 Recalls

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Most Recent 1994 Ford E-350 Recall

On April 16, 2014, Ford recalled 66 Ford E-350. Cummings mobility conversion & supply, inc. (cummings) is recalling various model year 1994-2011 ford and chevrolet vans equipped with braun ncl-2, and nvl-2 wheel chair lifts manufactured november 20, 2006, through september 10, 2010. over time, and with frequent use, the roll stop latches on the outer barrier of the lifts in these vans may become bent or misaligned.
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1994 Ford E-350 Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on April 16, 2014

In vans converted for handicap wheelchair accommodation, the latches that secure the wheel chair in the wheel chair lift can fail due to bending and becoming misaligned. This can cause the wheelchair occupant to fall.

Braun, the manufacturer of the wheel chair lifts, contacted owners of affected vehicles.  The vehicle modification company, Cummings Mobility, is administering this recall, and may be contacted at 1-800-639-5438.  You may contact them to determine if your vehicle is covered by this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.

Summary on February 18, 2008
Ford is recalling 225,000 my 1992-2003 econoline, my 1993-1995 taurus sho, my 1992-1998 crown victoria, my 1993 bronco, f-series, my 1995-1997 f-series super duty stripped chassis, my 1992-1998 mercury grand marquis, and my 1992-1995 lincoln town car vehicles. the affected vehicles were previously repaired using a wiring harness that is not compatible with the vehicle circuit polarity.
Summary on August 7, 2006
On certain trucks equipped with speed control, gasoline or natural gas engines, the speed control deactivation switch may overheat.
RepairPal Expert Overview on October 21, 1996
This is not a safety recall in accordance with federal regulation 573. however, it is deemed a safety improvement campaign by the agency. the front end accessory drive (fead) serpentine drive belt can detach from the engine pulleys during certain engine operations. the diesel engine can cause the belts to stretch in excess of the tensioner capacity and the belt detaches from the pulleys.
Summary on January 21, 1994
These vehicles do not comply with fmvss 105, "hydraulic brake systems." the parking brake application force for a foot operated control system should not exceed 125 pounds to hold the vehicle on a 30% grade. interference between the parking brake pedal and a wire harness may increase the needed pedal force to greater than 125 pounds to set the parking brake to hold the vehicle on the 30% grade.
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