1977 Ford F350 Recall | Some Of The Involved Vehicles May Have Defective Carburetors In Which, Under Certain Circumstances, The Secondary Throttle Plates May Stick Open.

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1977 Ford F350 Vehicle Speed Control Recall | Sept 23, 1977

Some Of The Involved Vehicles May Have Defective Carburetors In Which, Under Certain Circumstances, The Secondary Throttle Plates May Stick Open.. Follwoing Is The Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealer Will Inspect And, If Necessary, Replace The Carburetor At No Charge To Owner.
vehicle Description: Passenger Vehicles And Light Trucks Equipped With 460 Cidengines.system: Throttle Linkages; Throttle Lever.consequences Of Defect: In The Event Of Throttle Sticking, The Vehicle Maycontinue To Accelerate After The Accelerator Pedal Is Released. Continuousacceleration Could Occur Without Warning And Lead To A Loss Of Vehicle Controland An Accident.note: The Likelihood Of The Condition Occurring Can Be Reduced By Avoiding Fullor Nearly Full Depressions Of The Accelerator Pedal As During High Accelerationor Full Power Operations.

This recall was issued on Sept 23, 1977 for 1977 Ford F350, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Vehicle Speed Control problems.

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