1975 FMC FMC Recall Title: STEERING:LINKAGES
1975 FMC FMC Recall Date: 1977-10-10
1975 FMC FMC NHTSA Recall Campaign Number: 77V168000
1975 FMC FMC Recall Manufacturer: FMC CORPORATION
1975 FMC FMC Recall Component(s): STEERING:LINKAGES
1975 FMC FMC Recall - Potential Number of Units Affected: 1050
1975 FMC FMC Recall Overview: ON THE INVOLVED VEHICLES, THE FOUR STEERING CONTROL TUBES IN THE STEERING LINKAGE ASSEMBLY MAY BE SUBJECT TO FATIGUE FAILURE DUE TO LOW MATERIAL STRENGTH. SHOULD THIS FAILURE OCCUR, STEERING CONTROL WOULD BE SERIOUSLY LIMITED.
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1975 FMC FMC Recall Notes: VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: TRANSIT BUSES.SYSTEM: STEERING; STEERING LINKAGE.CONSEQUENCES OF DEFECT: STEERING CONTROL TUBE FAILURE MAY CAUSE A LOSS OFVEHICLE CONTROL AND AN ACCIDENT.NOTE: OWNER IS ADVISED TO DISCONTINUE DRIVING THE VEHICLE, EXCEPT WHENCAUTIOUSLY DRIVING IT IN TO BE REPAIRED.