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1994 CHEVROLET C10 RECALLS

1994 CHEVROLET C10

Features & Specs

1

N/A
seats

2

N/A mpg city
N/A mpg hwy

3

N/A
drivetrain

4

N/A
horsepower

Reported Problems

15 Total Safety Recalls Found

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS

  • Total cars affected: 1921

  • NHTSA campaign: 08E050000

  • Date of the problem: 11/08/2008

WITHOUT THE AMBER SIDE REFLEX REFLECTORS, THE LIGHTING VISIBILITY MAY BE AFFECTED, POSSIBLY RESULTING IN A VEHICLE CRASH.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS

  • Total cars affected: 42540

  • NHTSA campaign: 09E025000

  • Date of the problem: 11/05/2009

DECREASED LIGHTING VISIBILITY MAY RESULT IN A VEHICLE CRASH.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING

  • Total cars affected: 16270

  • NHTSA campaign: 09E012000

  • Date of the problem: 07/04/2009

DECREASED LIGHTING VISIBILITY MAY RESULT IN A VEHICLE CRASH.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING

  • Total cars affected: 87745

  • NHTSA campaign: 06E060000

  • Date of the problem: 29/06/2006

LACK OF AMBER SIDE REFLECTORS IN THE LAMPS WILL DECREASE LIGHTING VISIBILITY TO OTHER DRIVERS AND MAY POSSIBLY RESULT IN A VEHICLE CRASH

VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELD WIPER/WASHER

  • Total cars affected: 1557585

  • NHTSA campaign: 98V150001

  • Date of the problem: 01/07/1998

THIS CONDITION CAN RESULT IN INOPERATIVE WIPERS, REDUCING A DRIVER'S VISIBILITY, AND INCREASING THE RISK OF A VEHICLE CRASH.

SEATS

  • Total cars affected: 2400

  • NHTSA campaign: 96E010000

  • Date of the problem: 25/03/1996

IF THIS WERE TO OCCUR TO THE DRIVER'S SEAT, THIS COULD RESULT IN A SUDDEN LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL INCREASING THE RISK OF A VEHICLE ACCIDENT.

SEAT BELTS:FRONT

  • Total cars affected: 40

  • NHTSA campaign: 95V242000

  • Date of the problem: 13/12/1995

IN THE EVENT OF A VEHICLE CRASH, THE OCCUPANTS OF THESE SEATS MAY NOT BE PROPERLY RESTRAINED.

SEAT BELTS:FRONT

  • Total cars affected: 630099

  • NHTSA campaign: 95V241000

  • Date of the problem: 13/12/1995

IF THE BUCKLE RELEASED, THE SYSTEM WOULD FAIL TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE OCCUPANT RESTRAINT PROTECTION.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:DIESEL

  • Total cars affected: 60000

  • NHTSA campaign: 95I005000

  • Date of the problem: 13/12/1994

CERTAIN VEHICLES CAN EXHIBIT SOME DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS SUCH AS POOR THROTTLE RESPONSE, STALLING, MISFIRE, POOR HOT OR COLD STARTING, EXTENDED CRANKING OF A HOT ENGINE, OR STALLING AFTER START. TRUCKS WITH MANUALTRANSMISSIONS CAN EXHIBIT POOR ACCELERATION FROM START OR COULD STALL DURING DECELERATION.

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:PEDALS AND LINKAGES

  • Total cars affected: 70154

  • NHTSA campaign: 93V152000

  • Date of the problem: 15/09/1993

BRAKE PEDAL PUSH ROD PROBLEMS CAN CAUSE THE STOP LAMPSWITCH AND THE BRAKE BOOSTER PUSH ROD TO DISCONNECT FROM THE BRAKE PEDAL,RESULTING IN LOSS OF BRAKE OPERATION, AND A VEHICLE CRASH COULD OCCUR WITHOUTPRIOR WARNING.

SUSPENSION:FRONT:CONTROL ARM:LOWER ARM

  • Total cars affected: 30148

  • NHTSA campaign: 94V060000

  • Date of the problem: 05/04/1994

IF THIS OCCURS, A LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL AND A CRASH COULD RESULT.

VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELD

  • Total cars affected: 29

  • NHTSA campaign: 94V212000

  • Date of the problem: 26/10/1994

CONSEQUENCE OF NON-COMPLIANCE: THE SEPARATION OF THE WINDSHIELD FROM THE VEHICLE DURING COLLISION INCREASES THE RISK OF INJURY FOR ALL PERSONS INVOLVED.

SEATS

  • Total cars affected: 675661

  • NHTSA campaign: 95V246000

  • Date of the problem: 21/12/1995

IF THIS WERE TO OCCUR TO THE DRIVER'S SEAT, THIS COULD RESULT IN A SUDDEN LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL INCREASING THE RISK OF A VEHICLE ACCIDENT.

SEATS

  • Total cars affected: 1375

  • NHTSA campaign: 93V216000

  • Date of the problem: 14/12/1993

THE MISSING BOLTS MAY CAUSE THE DRIVER'S SEAT TO BECOMELOOSE AND IN A SUDDEN STOP OR ACCIDENT MAY SUBJECT THE OCCUPANT TO INCREASEDRISK OF INJURY.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:BRAKE LIGHTS:SWITCH

  • Total cars affected: 988587

  • NHTSA campaign: 99V025000

  • Date of the problem: 05/02/1999

THIS WOULD FAIL TO WARN A FOLLOWING DRIVER THAT THE VEHICLE IS BRAKING AND COULD LEAD TO A CRASH.

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