1969 Chevrolet Biscayne Recall Information

1969 Biscayne
  • 1965 Biscayne
  • Component

    ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:MANIFOLD/HEADER/MUFFLER/TAIL PIPE

    Manufacturer

    GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

    NHTSA Campaign ID69V030000
    SummaryEXHAUST EMISSIONS (CARBON MONOXIDE) MAY ENTER THE INTERIOR OF THE VEHICLE WHEN THE EXHAUST PIPE IS SUBSTANTIALLY OUT THE DESIGN POSITION, DETERIORATED FROM USE, OR WHEN AN OPENING IN THE BODY DEVELOPS NEAR THE EXHAUST OUTLET AND, AT THE SAME TIME, A NEGATIVE AIR PRESSURE OCCURS IN THE VEHICLE INTERIOR.
    ConsequenceUNDER THESE CONDITIONS, VEHICLE OCCUPANTS MAY EXPERIENCECARBON MONOXIDE POISONING.
    RemedyRESEAL NEARBY BODY JOINTS AND REPLACE THE DRAW PLUG IN THE BODY WHICH WAS USED TO REMOVE SURPLUS BONDERIZING SOLUTION DURING MANUFACTURE.
    NotesSYSTEM: EXHAUST.VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER CARS.

    Component

    STRUCTURE: FRAME AND MEMBERS:UNDERBODY SHIELDS

    Manufacturer

    GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

    NHTSA Campaign ID69V091000
    NotesPOSSIBILITY THAT FILLER PLATE WAS OMITTED FROM LEFT REAR FLOOR PAN AREA BETWEENBUMPER AND FUEL TANK.IF THIS PLATE IS MISSING IT COULD ALLOW DUST AND, UNDERCERTAIN CONDITIONS, EXHAUST FUMES TO ENTER PASSENGER COMPARTMENT.(CORRECT BYINSPECTING AND INSTALLING FILLER PLATE WHEN NECESSARY.)

    Component

    TIRES

    Manufacturer

    GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

    NHTSA Campaign ID69V020000
    NotesPOSSIBILITY THAT FIRESTONE TIRES (8.25 X 14 WHITE SIDEWALL 4-PLY RATED), MAYNOT MEET MINIMUM STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS.FAILURE IN BODY OF TIRE COULD RESULTIN LOSS OF TIRE PRESSURE.(CORRECT BY RE- PLACING ALL TIRES WITH NEW IMPROVEDTYPE.)

    Information provided by NHTSA
    Data updated December 2018

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