1979 FORD E100
The wheel assembly may contain substandard welds in the area where the disc is attached to the rim. As a result, cracks can form in the wheel assembly, causing air loss and an underinflated tire.
Dealer will inspect and replace any defective wheels without charge to owner.1979 FORD E100
Problem: STRUCTURE: FRAME AND MEMBERS:UNDERBODY SHIELDS
Certain vehicles may not contain the specified body mounted heat shields. This could cause high floor pan temperatures when the engine is idled for extended periods of time. Fouled spark plugs or other engine conditions could further increase exhaust temperatures.
The dealer will install the necessary frame mounted heat shield, if missing.1979 FORD E100
Problem: SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:PEDALS AND LINKAGES
The involved vehicles were produced with brake push-rod to brake pedal retaining pins which were not heat-treated as specified. This could allow the brake pedal to become disengaged from the push-rod.
Dealer will replace the suspect brake retaining pin.1979 FORD E100
Problem: SEAT BELTS:REAR
On the involved vehicles, the potential exists for the outboard seat belts to become trapped in the seat-bed pivoting mechanism. Should the belt become trapped in the mechanism when the seat is converted to a bed, the belt may become cut or frayed.
The dealer will install seat belt shields on the folding seat/bed pivoting mechanism and replace the outboard seat belt assemblies if damaged, free of charge.1979 FORD E100
Problem: FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY:FUEL PUMP
Certain federal-mogul aftermarket fuel pumps sold under the brand names of carter, accuflow, napa, truflow, parts depo, and parts master, shipped between august 2006 and july 2007 for use on the vehicles listed above. The fuel pump diaphragm in certain production runs may have been improperly installed or inadequately tested which may cause the fuel pump to leak.
- A leaking fuel pump could create a vehicle fire hazard.
Federal-mogul will notify owners and replace the defective fuel pumps free of charge. The recall began on october 15, 2007. Owners can contact federal-mogul at 248-354-7700.