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Summary on February 26, 1990
The spring clamp tangs on the coolant bypass hose may contact and possibly damage the engine fuel supply hose.
Summary on February 26, 1990
Insufficient clearance could cause the safety catch on the secondary hood latch striker to bind.
RepairPal Expert Overview on February 23, 1990
Throttle lever may contact throttle body air inlet tube, with potential for throttle remaining open following release of the accelerator pedal.
Summary on February 21, 1990
The engine valve cover gasket may dislocate and allow an engine oil leak at the gasket.
Summary on February 15, 1990
During a rear end collision, the rear exhaust system heat shield, which is welded to the tail pipe assembly, may puncture the fuel tank.
Summary on January 31, 1990
Fuel feed and return line connectors have incorrect line end flare configurations.
Summary on December 27, 1989
Inability to maintain pressure in the secondary system of the master cylinder (controls braking of rear wheels) could increase brake pedal travel and reduce brake performance at temperatures less than 40 degrees.
RepairPal Expert Overview on December 11, 1989
Throttle lever may contact throttle body air inlet tube, with the potential for throttle remaining open following release of the accelerator pedal from the full-throttle position in trucks with 4.0l engines.
Summary on December 5, 1989
Lamp housing of center high mounted stop lamp could become distorted after prolonged illumination, particularly under high temperatures.
Summary on October 25, 1989
Special primer that promotes the bonding of a urethane adhesive to the glass was not applied to the windshields before installation.
Summary on October 13, 1989
Throttle levers may have been bent during assembly.
RepairPal Expert Overview on October 4, 1989
An incorrect transistor may cause autolamp system light sensor module malfunction.
Summary on October 2, 1989
The rear modular seat frame hold-down hooks may not meet the required pull force at the rear set anchorage.
Summary on September 19, 1989
Wiring harness for the headlamps may break due to the stress created by the headlamp pop up devices.
RepairPal Expert Overview on August 4, 1989
Incorrectly installed fuel line connectors have fuel supply and return lines crossed.
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