Latest TRANSPORTATION 96A2 Recallshttp://www.arfc.org/rss/feeds/autos/transportation/96a2The latest automotive recalls from the National Highway Transportation Safety AdministrationMon, 20 May 2024 02:04:11 GMTen-us1440Copyright 2024, Eladrel Technologies, LLCAutomotive1989 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING, TURN SIGNAL, SWITCHUNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHEN APPLYING TURN SIGNAL SWITCH AND TURNING STEERING WHEEL, A TURN SIGNAL COMPONENT COULD DRAG ACROSS THE FACE OF THE TURN SIGNAL DETENT PLATE.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000005555000032267000000231/recall.aspxFri, 14 Apr 1989 00:00:00 GMT1988 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING, TURN SIGNAL, SWITCHUNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHEN APPLYING TURN SIGNAL SWITCH AND TURNING STEERING WHEEL, A TURN SIGNAL COMPONENT COULD DRAG ACROSS THE FACE OF THE TURN SIGNAL DETENT PLATE.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000005555000032720000000231/recall.aspxFri, 14 Apr 1989 00:00:00 GMT1987 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING, TURN SIGNAL, SWITCHUNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHEN APPLYING TURN SIGNAL SWITCH AND TURNING STEERING WHEEL, A TURN SIGNAL COMPONENT COULD DRAG ACROSS THE FACE OF THE TURN SIGNAL DETENT PLATE.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000005555000014244000000231/recall.aspxFri, 14 Apr 1989 00:00:00 GMT1986 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING, TURN SIGNAL, SWITCHUNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHEN APPLYING TURN SIGNAL SWITCH AND TURNING STEERING WHEEL, A TURN SIGNAL COMPONENT COULD DRAG ACROSS THE FACE OF THE TURN SIGNAL DETENT PLATE.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000005555000014243000000231/recall.aspxFri, 14 Apr 1989 00:00:00 GMT1986 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR STEERING, GEAR BOX (OTHER THAN RACK AND PINION)THE PINCH BOLT USED TO CLAMP THE STEERING DRIVE SHAFT YOKE TO THE STEERING GEAR BOX SHAFT MAY HAVE INSUFFICIENT TORQUE. CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT: IF THE PINCH BOLT HAS INSUFFICIENT TORQUE, THE BOLT WILL WEAR TO THE EXTENT THAT LOSS OF INTERFACE WITH THE GROOVE IN THE STEERING BOX WOULD OCCUR, ALLOWING THE STEERING DRIVE SHAFT TO SLIP OFF AND RESULT IN LOSS OF STEERING AND A POTENTIAL CRASH.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000004790000014243000000005/recall.aspxTue, 22 Jul 1986 00:00:00 GMT1985 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR STEERING, GEAR BOX (OTHER THAN RACK AND PINION)THE PINCH BOLT USED TO CLAMP THE STEERING DRIVE SHAFT YOKE TO THE STEERING GEAR BOX SHAFT MAY HAVE INSUFFICIENT TORQUE. CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT: IF THE PINCH BOLT HAS INSUFFICIENT TORQUE, THE BOLT WILL WEAR TO THE EXTENT THAT LOSS OF INTERFACE WITH THE GROOVE IN THE STEERING BOX WOULD OCCUR, ALLOWING THE STEERING DRIVE SHAFT TO SLIP OFF AND RESULT IN LOSS OF STEERING AND A POTENTIAL CRASH.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000004790000014242000000005/recall.aspxTue, 22 Jul 1986 00:00:00 GMT1985 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR SERVICE BRAKES, AIR, SUPPLY, HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGSBRAKE AIR LINES WERE INCORRECTLY INSTALLED. THE BRAKE AIR LINES FROM THE BULKHEAD FITTINGS TO A TWO-WAY VALVE AND TO A RELAY VALVE WHICH FEEDS THE PARK BRAKE AND SERVICE BRAKES WERE INADVERTENTLY REVERSED DURING INSTALLATION. CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT: THIS CONDITION ALLOWS THE PARKING BRAKE TO FUNCTION NORMALLY, BUT WHEN THE SERVICE BRAKES ARE APPLIED AIR IS DIRECTED TO THE PARKING BRAKE DIAPHRAGMS AND NOT TO THE SERVICE BRAKES. THIS WILL SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCE THE STOPPING CAPABILITY OF THE SERVICE BRAKES. ALSO, IF THE PARKING BRAKES ARE APPLIED, THEY MAY BE DIFFICULT TO RELEASE.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000004610000014242000000097/recall.aspxFri, 15 Nov 1985 00:00:00 GMT1985 TRANSPORTATION 96A2 RECALLED FOR STEERING, LINKAGES, TIE ROD ASSEMBLYTHE CENTER AXLE MOUNTED STEERING GEAR NECESSITATES THE USE OF LONGER TIE ROD ARMS. THESE ARMS COME IN CLOSER PROXIMITY TO THE FRONT TIRES THAN BUSES NOT HAVING THE CENTER AXLE MOUNTED STEERING GEAR. CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT: THE LONGER TIE ROD COULD SCUFF THE FRONT TIRE, WHICH COULD RESULT IN TIRE FAILURE AND POSSIBLE LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL.http://www.arfc.org/commercial/transportation/96a2/recalls/000004544000014242000000020/recall.aspxMon, 24 Jun 1985 00:00:00 GMT