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CHECKER CHECKER RECALLS - (6 Recalls Found)

Since 1979, CHECKER has issued a total of 6 car recalls worldwide. Of those recalls, 6 have been for the CHECKER CHECKER starting in 1979. This accounts for less than 1.0% of the 54171 car recalls issued by the NHTSA since 1966. The CHECKER accounts for about 100.0% of all the CHECKER recalls issued since 1979. Compared to other car manufacturers, CHECKER ranks #63 in overall number of recalls issued by a car maker.

Please keep in mind these numbers are for statistical purposes only & do not necessarily reflect the quality of the CHECKER CHECKER or CHECKER itself. These figures are based only on the number of recalls issued and NOT the total number of vehicles affected by a particular recall.

Find your CHECKER CHECKER listed below. Results are sorted year from newest to oldest. Select the desired CHECKER CHECKER to view the complete recall details. Information provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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1980 Recalls ↓

1980 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:FILLER PIPE AND CAP

Problem: CERTAIN VEHICLES MAY FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 301, "FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRITY". IN THE EVENT OF A COLLISION FROM THE REAR, THE FUEL FILLER TUBE MAY BE CUT BY CONTACTING THE FRAME REAR CROSSMEMBER.Recall Details - 2/26/1980
1979 Recalls ↓

1979 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER/HVAC SYSTEM

Problem: VEHICLES FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 103, "WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING SYSTEMS", DUE TO A MISSING DEFROSTER AIR OUTLET HOLE IN THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. BECAUSE THE VEHICLES HAVE ONLY ONE OUTLET HOLE INSTEAD OF TWO, AS REQUIRED, AN INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF DEFROSTER AIR REACHES THE WINDSHIELD. THIS RESULTS IN A LONGER TIME PERIOD FOR COMPLETE DEFROSTING.Recall Details - 1/9/1979

1979 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:FILLER PIPE AND CAP

Problem: CERTAIN VEHICLES MAY FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 301, "FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRITY". IN THE EVENT OF A COLLISION FROM THE REAR, THE FUEL FILLER TUBE MAY BE CUT BY CONTACTING THE FRAME REAR CROSSMEMBER.Recall Details - 2/26/1980
1978 Recalls ↓

1978 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:FILLER PIPE AND CAP

Problem: CERTAIN VEHICLES MAY FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 301, "FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRITY". IN THE EVENT OF A COLLISION FROM THE REAR, THE FUEL FILLER TUBE MAY BE CUT BY CONTACTING THE FRAME REAR CROSSMEMBER.Recall Details - 2/26/1980

1978 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER/HVAC SYSTEM

Problem: VEHICLES FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 103, "WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING SYSTEMS", DUE TO A MISSING DEFROSTER AIR OUTLET HOLE IN THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. BECAUSE THE VEHICLES HAVE ONLY ONE OUTLET HOLE INSTEAD OF TWO, AS REQUIRED, AN INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF DEFROSTER AIR REACHES THE WINDSHIELD. THIS RESULTS IN A LONGER TIME PERIOD FOR COMPLETE DEFROSTING.Recall Details - 1/9/1979
1977 Recalls ↓

1977 CHECKER CHECKER Recall - VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER/HVAC SYSTEM

Problem: VEHICLES FAIL TO CONFORM TO FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 103, "WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING SYSTEMS", DUE TO A MISSING DEFROSTER AIR OUTLET HOLE IN THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. BECAUSE THE VEHICLES HAVE ONLY ONE OUTLET HOLE INSTEAD OF TWO, AS REQUIRED, AN INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF DEFROSTER AIR REACHES THE WINDSHIELD. THIS RESULTS IN A LONGER TIME PERIOD FOR COMPLETE DEFROSTING.Recall Details - 1/9/1979
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