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Recall: No. 1 of 5
Recall Ref: R2001/089
Exact Model: Chrysler Voyager
Description: HAND BRAKE MAY FAIL
VIN:
Build Date: 1st August 1997 to 31st August 2000
Numbers: 18000
Defect: The self-adjusting mechanism may become out of range, or fail to engage. Either condition could lead to the vehicle rolling away.
Action: Identify type of handbrake cable fitted and install short cable if not already installed. In all cases install lockout clip to the self adjust mechanism.
Launch Date: 26 November 2001
   
Recall: No. 2 of 5
Recall Ref: R/2002/060
Exact Model: Voyager and Grand Voyager
Description: ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUEL LEAK CONCERN
VIN:
Build Date:
Numbers: 8555
Defect: After extended use the fuel rail crossover tube O rings may leak fuel. This may lead to an engine compartment fire.
Action: Fit external seals at the fuel crossover points. If the joints are leaking or show signs of rust the fuel rail assembly will be replaced.
Launch Date: 06 January 2003
   
Recall: No. 3 of 5
Recall Ref: R2000/012
Exact Model:
Description: PARKING BRAKE MAY SELF-RELEASE
VIN: VARIOUS
Build Date: 1997 to 2000 model year
Numbers: 15567
Defect: The parking brake lever cable is too long which may cause the locking mechanism to extend beyond the last tooth of the sector when the park brake is engaged. This condition may cause the parking brake to self-release.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and replace parking brake cable with shorter cable. Additionally, as part of the above reacall, the repair contained in Daimler-Chrysler Technical Service Bulletin 05i-801-99 relating to parking brake imbalance will be carried out on affected vehicles.
Launch Date: 02 May 2000
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
Fiat Group Automobiles UK Ltd
240 Bath Road, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 4DX
01753 511431 or 00800 1692 1692
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