1980 Ford Thunderbird Recall | Some Of The Flexible Five-blade Engine Cooling Fans May Be Subject To High Blade Stresses That Can Result From Resonant Vibration Inputs Occurring During Normal Vehicle Operation. This Can Lead To Fatigue Cracking Of

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1980 Ford Thunderbird Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,fan Recall | Nov 07, 1980

Some Of The Flexible Five-blade Engine Cooling Fans May Be Subject To High Blade Stresses That Can Result From Resonant Vibration Inputs Occurring During Normal Vehicle Operation. This Can Lead To Fatigue Cracking Of The Blades. Portions Of The Blade May Separate From The Fan Assembly Without Prior Warning.. Follwoing Is The Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealer Will Replace Fan With An Improved Five-bladed Version Without Charge To Owner.
vehicle Description: Passenger Vehicles Equipped With 351 Cid Engines And Airconditioning.system: Engine Cooling; Fan.consequences Of Defect: Blade Fragments Propelled From A Rotating Fan May Causedamage To Underhood Components And Personal Injury To Bystanders If The Hood Isopen.

This recall was issued on Nov 07, 1980 for 1980 Ford Thunderbird, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,fan problems.

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