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1975 FORD TRUCK FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE: CARBURETOR SYSTEM

Build Years/Makes/Models: 1975 F150
1975 F250
1975 F350
1975 E250
1975 E350
Units affected: 2709
Recall Number: 75V105000
Owner Notification Date: June 23, 1975
Recall Creation Date: October 12, 1979
Component Description: FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE: CARBURETOR
Manufacturer Involved in This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Manufacturer Responsible for This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Report Received Date: May 29, 1975
Summary: Ford Campaign No. 163. Light trucks all over 6000 pounds GVW, equipped with 460-4V Calif. engines and 4350-4V carburetors. Possibility that the secondary lockout lever on carburetor could interfere with a throttle kicker stud on the fast idler adjustment lever.
Consequence: If this condition exists, it could cause the primary throttle plates to be held three quarters open and result in vehicle attaining an excessive speed. This lever interference was caused by the replacement lockout lever in previous recall 75-0043, dated February 28, 1975.
Remedy: Correct by inspecting and removing the secondary lock-out lever.
 

 
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