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1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall - Campaign #91V152000

 
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1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW RECALL - #91V152000

RECALL FOR STEERING : RACK AND PINION

THE STEERING GEAR INTERMEDIATE SHAFT CLAMPS USED TO RETAIN THE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT TO THE STEERING GEAR SHAFT AND THE COLUMN SHAFT CAN BECOME LOOSE BECAUSE OF INCORRECT BOLT SIZE AND CLAMP FORCE.

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Vehicle 1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW
Manufacturer WINNEBAGO IND., INC.
Manufactured between 1/1/1990 - 12/1/1990
Recalled on 9/25/1991
Influenced by WINNEBAGO IND., INC.
Owners Notified on 11/13/1991
# Affected 160
Recalled for STEERING:RACK AND PINION
 
Description THE STEERING GEAR INTERMEDIATE SHAFT CLAMPS USED TO RETAIN THE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT TO THE STEERING GEAR SHAFT AND THE COLUMN SHAFT CAN BECOME LOOSE BECAUSE OF INCORRECT BOLT SIZE AND CLAMP FORCE.
Consequences LOOSE INTERMEDIATE SHAFT CLAMPS COULD WEAR SMOOTH THERESPECTIVE SPLINES OF EACH CONNECTING PART AND CAUSE THE ASSEMBLY TO FALL APART.THIS RESULTS IN LOSS OF STEERING CONTROL AND A POSSIBLE VEHICLE ACCIDENT.
Corrective action REPLACE THE PINCH BOLTS IN THE INTERMEDIATE STEERING SHAFT ASSEMBLY WITH 7/16" BOLTS. TORQUE BOLTS 63 TO 75 FOOT POUNDS.
Notes SYSTEM: STEERING, COLUMN.VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: COMMERCIAL TRUCKS.
See also 1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for WHEELS

1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for WHEELS, CAP/COVER/HUB

1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for COMMUNICATIONS, HORN ASSEMBLY

1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for SUSPENSION, FRONT, CONTROL ARM

1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for STEERING, GEAR BOX (OTHER THAN RACK AND PINION)

1990 WINNEBAGO CW825FW Recall for SUSPENSION, FRONT, SHOCK ABSORBER
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