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1976 FORD TRUCK SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC: POWER ASSIST

Build Years/Makes/Models: 1976 FORD F250
1976 FORD F100
1976 FORD F150
1976 FORD F350
Units affected: 101
Recall Number: 76V117000
Owner Notification Date: July 19, 1976
Recall Creation Date: October 12, 1979
Component Description: SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC: POWER ASSIST
Manufacturer Involved in This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Manufacturer Responsible for This Recall: Ford Motor Company
Report Received Date: February 27, 1976
Summary: Ford Campaign NO. n/a. Light Trucks. Possibility that vehicles were assembled with improperly installed shoulder bolt and attaching nut that secures the brake pedal to the master cylinder/vacuum booster pushrod.
Consequence: If this condition exists, the available bolt threads may not be enough to retain nut properly, and could back-off permitting pushrod to separate from brake pedal.
Remedy: Correct by inspecting and replacing bolts and attaching nut and torqued to specifications
 

 
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