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Summary on March 26, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions. a hose was mis-manufactured and could weaken over time, which could result in leakage of the automatic transmission fluid.
Summary on March 26, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. a bulge in the fuel tank caused by the manufacturing process resulted in thinning of the material during a welding operation, increasing the risk of fuel leakage.
Summary on March 26, 2001
Vehicle description: some sport utility vehicles do not comply with the certain requirements of fmvss no. 120, "tire selection and rims for motor vehicles other than passenger cars." the presentation of some of the information on the tire information label deviates from the format set forth in the standard and the label may not be "permanently affixed" as required by the standard.
Summary on March 26, 2001
Vehicle description: f-super duty crew cab pickup trucks (f-350 short wheelbase trucks equipped with a 6 3/4' pickup box and dual rear wheels) were built after a change was implemented to delete a clamp, and later a bracket that provided a ground for the fuel filler pipe. the pickup box may not have been properly grounded.
Summary on March 26, 2001
Passenger vans. these vans experience fuel odors or leakage.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 22, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with adjustable pedals. if the grease from the adjustable pedal assembly enters the stop lamp switch, it can contaminate the contacts leading to carbon build up, and potentially, a short circuit.
Summary on March 22, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. the brake lamp switch terminals could overheat.
Summary on March 22, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with 2.5l v6 engines. the battery cable was misrouted and its attachment to the alternator cable was under-torqued. if misrouted, the cable could contact the power steering line and the insulation could wear, resulting in an electrical short.
Summary on March 22, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. the fuel feed line connecting the fuel filter to the engine delivered by the supplier for use in these vehicles may have been improperly manufactured.
Summary on March 22, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. a fuel feed line connecting the fuel filter to the engine can prematurely age and shrink through exposure to high under hood temperature caused by the turbocharger.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 20, 2001
Vehicle description: light duty pickup trucks. the left front brake hose was damaged during final assembly.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 19, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger and sport utility vehicles. the inflator canister in the driver air bag module may have an inadequate weld near the igniter.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 19, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger sedans with factory or dealer-installed deck lid spoilers with led center high mounted stop lamps (chmsl). vehicles produced with spoilers were manufactured from march 1 through october 31, 2000; and vehicles with spoilers installed by dealers were manufactured from january 1 thorough december 30, 2000. with the ignition switch in the start or run positions and the hazard warning lights operating, the chmsl can illuminate (at reduced intensity) even though the service brakes have not been applied. this does not meet the requirements of fmvss no. 108, "lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment." also, in some cases the vehicle brake-shift interlock would not function properly, allowing the shift lever to be moved from park without applying the brake.
Summary on March 19, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. there could be inadequate contact between the bulb and socket which could cause the front turn signal not to function as designed.
Summary on March 10, 2001
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with 18-inch tires. (18-inch tires are standard equipment on the m5 and optional equipment on the 7-series models). the machine used to mount and inflate the tires on the wheels at the assembly plant may have damaged the sidewall of one or more tires. the damaged area could weaken to the point where a sudden loss of air from the tire could occur.
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