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Plymouth Grand Voyager Recalls

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Most Recent Plymouth Grand Voyager Recall

On October 12, 2004, Plymouth recalled 955,344 Plymouth Grand Voyager. On certain minivans, the driver's air bag may become disabled due to a failure of the clockspring, which is located in the hub of the steering wheel.
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Plymouth Grand Voyager Recall Details

Summary on October 12, 2004
On certain minivans, the driver's air bag may become disabled due to a failure of the clockspring, which is located in the hub of the steering wheel.
Summary on November 18, 2002
On certain mini vans, the clockspring assembly may have been wound incorrectly during the vehicle assembly process.
Summary on January 25, 2002
Vehicle description: mini vans built with 3.3l and 3.8l engines have fuel rails with nitrole rubber o-ring seals that can degrade over time. fuel leakage from the underhood fuel injection fuel rail could result, increasing the likelihood of a vehicle fire.
Summary on November 6, 2000
Vehicle description: mini vans equipped with 2-spoke luxury wheels manufactured july 1992 through june 1993; or equipped with 4-spoke sport wheels manufactured from july 1992 through september 1993. the steering wheel armature stamping can crack and separate from the center hub attachment to the steering column.
Summary on March 27, 2000
Vehicle description: minivans. the left hand windshield wiper pivot drive arm was not mechanically staked to the pivot shaft.
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