Latest EVENFLO 224 (CHAMPION-SCOUT-TROOPER) Recallshttp://www.arfc.org/rss/feeds/autos/evenflo/224_(champion-scout-trooper)The latest automotive recalls from the National Highway Transportation Safety AdministrationSat, 24 Feb 2024 00:25:54 GMTen-us1440Copyright 2024, Eladrel Technologies, LLCAutomotiveEVENFLO 224 (CHAMPION-SCOUT-TROOPER) RECALLED FOR CHILD SEATEQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION: CHAMPION CAR SEATS MANUFACTURED FROM JUNE 1, 1993 THROUGH NOVEMBER 22, 1996, CONTAINING MODEL NUMBERS BEGINNING WITH THE FIRST THREE DIGITS "224." SCOUT CAR SEATS MANUFACTURED FROM JUNE 1, 1993 THROUGH DECEMBER 16, 1996, CONTAINING MODEL NUMBERS BEGINNING WITH THE FIRST THREE DIGITS "229." THESE CHILD SAFETY SEATS DO NOT MEET THE THORAX ACCELERATION REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 213, "CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS."http://www.arfc.org/carseats/evenflo/224_(champion-scout-trooper)/recalls/000008082000015783000000351/recall.aspxThu, 16 Jan 1997 00:00:00 GMTEVENFLO 224 (CHAMPION-SCOUT-TROOPER) RECALLED FOR CHILD SEATTHE SEATS ARE EQUIPPED WITH A LATCHING AID, WHICH IS A GRAY OR WHITE PLASTIC SLEEVE LOCATED AT THE BASE OF THE WEBBING AT THE POINT WHERE THE WEBBING IS JOINED TO THE BUCKLE TONGUE. THE LATCHING AID IS TO PROVIDE THE CONSUMER WITH A CONVENIENT STIFFENER FOR THE WEBBING, IN ORDER TO EASE THE INSERTION OF THE BUCKLE TONGUE INTO THE RECEIVING END OF THE BUCKLE. THIS LATCHING AID CAN BECOME TORN OR SPLIT OR CAN SLIP OUT OF POSITION.http://www.arfc.org/carseats/evenflo/224_(champion-scout-trooper)/recalls/000006916000015783000000351/recall.aspxFri, 27 May 1994 00:00:00 GMT