2000 Ford Econoline Recall | Vehicle Description: Certain Crew Vans Failed To Comply With The

2000 Ford Econoline Child Seat Recall | Oct 04, 2000

Vehicle Description: Certain Crew Vans Failed To Comply With The Requirements Of Fmvss 225, “child Restraint Anchorage Systems.” These Vehicles, Which Are Designated As Trucks, Are 5 Passenger Vehicles With Three Designated Seating Positions In The Second Row Seats. They Were Built Without Child Seat Tether Anchorage Brackets In The Center Position Of The Second Row Seat. Also The Owner Guides Do Not Address The Child Seat Tether Anchorages In The Center Second Row Seat Position.

In The Event Of A Crash, The Child Seat May Not Be Properly Attached Increasing The Risk Of Injury To The Child.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install The Child Seat Tether Anchorages At The Center Second Row Seating Position, And Also Replace The Vehicle Owner Guides With New Versions Providing The Required Written Instructions. Eleven Vehicles Are At Dealerships And Assembly Plant Personnel Will Repair These Units At The Affected Dealerships. Arrangements Have Been Made For The Return Of The One Unit That Had Been Sold. No Other Owner Notification Will Be Required.

This recall was issued on Oct 04, 2000 for 2000 Ford Econoline, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Child Seat problems.

1997 Ford Windstar Recall | Vehicle Description: Minivan Equipped With Second Row Bench Seats With Optional Integrated Child Seat (ics). The Headrest Lockout Mechanism On The Seats May Not Engage And Lock The Headrests In The “down”

1997 Ford Windstar Child Seat Recall | Apr 01, 1997

Vehicle Description: Minivan Equipped With Second Row Bench Seats With Optional Integrated Child Seat (ics). The Headrest Lockout Mechanism On The Seats May Not Engage And Lock The Headrests In The “down” Position, As Intended, When The Ics Is Deployed. A Vehicle Occupant Could Move The Headrest To The “up” Position.as A Result Of The Headrest Being In The “up” Position, A Child Seated In The Ics Would Receive Less Than The Intended Protection In The Child Head Area In The Event Of A Crash.. Follwoing Is The Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Second Row Bench Seats Have Been Replaced With Seats Built With Revised Headrest Lockout Mechanisms.
owner Notification:all Owners Have Been Notified And The Seats Have Been Replaced In The Affected Vehicles.

This recall was issued on Apr 01, 1997 for 1997 Ford Windstar, manufactured by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, in response to Child Seat problems.