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1974-1975 FORD F250 STEERING: LINKAGES: KNUCKLE: SPINDLE: ARM

Build Years/Makes/Models: 1974 F-250
Units affected: 10,664
Recall Number: 74V240000
Owner Notification Date: December 30, 1974
Recall Creation Date: October 12, 1979
Component Description: STEERING: LINKAGES: KNUCKLE: SPINDLE: ARM
Manufacturer Involved in This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Manufacturer Responsible for This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Report Received Date: December 9, 1974
Summary: Ford Campaign No. 150. 4 x 4 light trucks. Possibility that the Dana 3,350 pound front drive axle assembly may contain front wheel spindles that were improperly hardened.
Consequence: This condition could cause fatigue failure and result in spindle fracture. Continued driving will result in spindle separation from axle assembly, and front wheel, hub and drum will become detached from truck.
Remedy: Correct by inspecting and replacing spindle where necessary.
 

 
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