1977 Ford Granada Power Train,automatic Transmission,lever And Linkage,column Shift Recall | Sept 13, 1977
The Involved Vehicles Were Fitted With Tilt Steering Columns Containing Transmission Control Inserts Intended For Trucks Rather Than Passenger Vehicles. This May Cause The Transmission Selector Pointer To Be Misaligned And The Possibility Of Starting The Engine When The Selector Is Between The Neutral (n) And Drive (d) Detents And The Transmission Is In Drive.. Follwoing Is The Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealer Will Inspect And, If Necessary, Replace The Transmission Shift Control Insert, Without Charge To Owner.
vehicle Description: Passenger Vehicles Equipped With Tilt Steering Columns Andautomatic Transmissions.system: Power Train; Transmission Control Inserts, Steering Column.consequences Of Defect: Should The Engine Start With The Transmission In Drive,the Vehicle Could Unexpectedly Move Forward And An Accident And Personal Injurycould Result.note: Prior To Corrective Action, Driver Should Be Careful To Start The Engineonly When The Gear Selector Indicates Park (p).
This recall was issued on Sept 13, 1977 for 1977 Ford Granada, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,lever And Linkage,column Shift problems.