1993 Ford Escort Recall | The Roll Pins Securing The Ignition Lock In The Steering Column Housing Can Separate Or Move Out Of Position.

1993 Ford Escort Electrical System,ignition,anti-theft Controller Recall | Apr 15, 1993

The Roll Pins Securing The Ignition Lock In The Steering Column Housing Can Separate Or Move Out Of Position.the Ignition Lock Cylinder May Disengage From Thesteering Column Housing Which Could Cause The Steering Column To Lock Up,resulting In Loss Of Vehicle Control And A Possible Accident.. Follwoing Is The Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: If One Or Both Of The Roll Pins Are Missing Or Not Fully Inserted, The Ignition Lock Housing Will Be Replaced, Along With The Door-locks And The Liftgate Or Deck-lid Locks So That Key Compatibility Is Maintained. If Both Pins Are Present And Fully Inserted, A Plastic Snap-on Sleeve Will Be Installed As A Precaution To Prevent The Roll Pins From Coming Out.
system: Steering.vehicle Description: Passenger Cars.

This recall was issued on Apr 15, 1993 for 1993 Ford Escort, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Electrical System,ignition,anti-theft Controller problems.

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