1981 Jeep Truck Recall Jan 04, 1981 | The Transmission Throttle Control Rod Spring May Have Been Improperly Installed.

1981 Jeep Truck Vehicle Speed Control Recall | Jan 04, 1981

The Transmission Throttle Control Rod Spring May Have Been Improperly Installed. This May Cause The Throttle To Close More Slowly Than Normal. Vehicles May Return To Idle Slowly.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Each End Of The Spring Will Be Inspected And Relocated, If Necessary, To Ensure Correct Positioning.

Vehicle Description: Light Trucks Equipped With Six-cylinder Engines Andautomatic Transmissions.system: Power Train; Transmission Throttle Control Rod Spring.consequences Of Defect: Vehicles That Have The Condition Characterized By Theslower Than Normal Return To Idle May Require Greater Stopping Distances.increased Stopping Distance Can Result In An Accident.note: If The Condition Is Experienced Before The Defect Has Been Corrected, Thevehicle Should Be Cautiously Returned To The Dealer As Soon As Possible.

This recall was issued on Jan 04, 1981 for 1981 Jeep Truck, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Vehicle Speed Control problems.

1982 Jeep Cj7 Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep Cj7 Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep Cj7, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1982 Jeep Cj5 Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep Cj5 Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep Cj5, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1982 Jeep Cherokee Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep Cherokee Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep Cherokee, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1982 Jeep Wagoneer Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep Wagoneer Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep Wagoneer, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1980 Jeep Cj6 Recall Dec 05, 1980 | Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt

1980 Jeep Cj6 Seat Belts,rear Recall | Dec 05, 1980

Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt Assemblies Instead Of The Buckle End And Tongue-end Assemblies. Without The Buckle End Assemblies, The Rear Seat Belts Cannot Be Fastened.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Inspect And Replace The Rear Seat Belts, If Incorrect Belts Were Installed, At No Charge.

Vehicle Description: Jeeps.system: Interior; Seat Belt Assemblies.consequences Of Defect: Without The Benefit Of Seat Belts, The Risk Of Injuryto Passengers Riding In The Rear Seat Would Be Increased In The Event Of Anacccident.

This recall was issued on Dec 05, 1980 for 1980 Jeep Cj6, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Seat Belts,rear problems.

1982 Jeep J20 Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep J20 Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep J20, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1980 Jeep Cj7 Recall Dec 05, 1980 | Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt

1980 Jeep Cj7 Seat Belts,rear Recall | Dec 05, 1980

Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt Assemblies Instead Of The Buckle End And Tongue-end Assemblies. Without The Buckle End Assemblies, The Rear Seat Belts Cannot Be Fastened.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Inspect And Replace The Rear Seat Belts, If Incorrect Belts Were Installed, At No Charge.

Vehicle Description: Jeeps.system: Interior; Seat Belt Assemblies.consequences Of Defect: Without The Benefit Of Seat Belts, The Risk Of Injuryto Passengers Riding In The Rear Seat Would Be Increased In The Event Of Anacccident.

This recall was issued on Dec 05, 1980 for 1980 Jeep Cj7, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Seat Belts,rear problems.

1982 Jeep J10 Recall Dec 13, 1982 | Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide

1982 Jeep J10 Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant Recall | Dec 13, 1982

Original Production Transmission Lubricant Used In The Involved Vehicles May Not Provide Adequate Lubrication To Protect The Transmission”s First Gear.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Replace The Original Production Lubricant At No Charge To The Owner.

Vehicle Description: Multi-purpose Passenger Vehicles And Trucks Equipped Witht4 And T5 Manual Transmissions.system: Power Train; Manual Transmission, Lubricant.consequences Of Defect: In Extreme Cases The Transmission Could Fail To Operatedue To Lack Of Lubrication. This Failure Could Occur Without Prior Warning Andmay Cause A Vehicle Accident.note: Prior To Servicing, Owner Is Advised To Avoid Driving At Highway Speeds.on Vehicles Equipped With 5-speed Transmission, Avoid Using The Fifth Gear.

This recall was issued on Dec 13, 1982 for 1982 Jeep J10, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Power Train,manual Transmission,lubricant problems.

1980 Jeep Cj5 Recall Dec 05, 1980 | Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt

1980 Jeep Cj5 Seat Belts,rear Recall | Dec 05, 1980

Some Of The Involved Vehicles Were Assembled With Tongue-end Rear Seat Belt Assemblies Instead Of The Buckle End And Tongue-end Assemblies. Without The Buckle End Assemblies, The Rear Seat Belts Cannot Be Fastened.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Dealer Will Inspect And Replace The Rear Seat Belts, If Incorrect Belts Were Installed, At No Charge.

Vehicle Description: Jeeps.system: Interior; Seat Belt Assemblies.consequences Of Defect: Without The Benefit Of Seat Belts, The Risk Of Injuryto Passengers Riding In The Rear Seat Would Be Increased In The Event Of Anacccident.

This recall was issued on Dec 05, 1980 for 1980 Jeep Cj5, manufactured by CHRYSLER CORPORATION, in response to Seat Belts,rear problems.