Latest PEG PEREGO INFANT CAR SEAT Recallshttp://www.arfc.org/rss/feeds/autos/peg_perego/infant_car_seatThe latest automotive recalls from the National Highway Transportation Safety AdministrationTue, 27 Oct 2020 18:11:40 GMTen-us1440Copyright 2020, Eladrel Technologies, LLCAutomotivePEG PEREGO INFANT CAR SEAT RECALLED FOR CHILD SEATEQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION: PEG PEREGO INFANT CAR SEATS, MODELS PRIMO VIAGGIO WITH BASE, PLIKO TRAVEL SYSTEM, PRIMO VIAGGIO SYSTEM, ATLANTICO SYSTEM, AND ATLANTICO TREK SYSTEM SNG PRODUCT FROM MAY 20, 2001, TO AND INCLUDING FEBRUARY 15, 2002. THE SEATS HAVE A SNAP IN THE UPHOLSTERY DIRECTLY OVER THE LOCKING BELT ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM (A-LOC ADJUSTER). WHEN THE UPHOLSTERY IS ATTACHED BY THE SNAP TO THE COVER OF THE A-LOC ADJUSTER, IT MAY CAUSE TENSION IN THE UPHOLSTERY DUE TO THE WEIGHT OF THE CHILD, WHICH MAY PREVENT THE COMPLETE ENGAGEMENT OF THE A-LOC ADJUSTER AND ALLOW SLIPPAGE IN THE HARNESS RESTRAINTS. THESE SEATS FAIL TO COMPLY WITH FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 213 "CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS."http://www.arfc.org/carseats/peg_perego/infant_car_seat/recalls/000014774000100331000000351 /recall.aspxThu, 21 Mar 2002 00:00:00 GMTPEG PEREGO INFANT CAR SEAT RECALLED FOR CHILD SEAT, BASE (INFANT) EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION: PEG PEREGO MODELS PRIMO VIAGGO INFANT CAR SEAT, INFANT CAR SEAT WITH BASE, PLIKO TRAVEL SYSTEM (STROLLER BUNDLED AS A SINGLE PRODUCT), PRIMO VIAGGO SYSTEM (STROLLER BUNDLED AS A SINGLE PRODUCT). THE BOTTOM LATCH MECHANISM OF THE CHILD SEAT ON THE LEFT SIDE DOES NOT COMPLETELY ENGAGE THE LATCHING ROD OF THE BASE THAT STAYS IN THE VEHICLE DUE TO THE IMPROPER POSITIONING OF THE METAL REINFORCING BRACKET OF THE LATCH MECHANISM DURING MANUFACTURE. THESE SEATS FAIL TO CONFORM WITH FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 213, "CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS."http://www.arfc.org/carseats/peg_perego/infant_car_seat/recalls/000013636000100331000000359 /recall.aspxFri, 22 Jun 2001 00:00:00 GMT