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Old 11-29-2006, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Good reading about E17 recall

Here is all of the pages about this recall

If you read the letter DC sent to the NHTSA you will see they were basically giving them "lip service" to shut the NHTSA up.
I want to know why it only pertains to Diesel Rams Aren't the Gas and Diesel the same truck(parking lever included)?

It says 250,433 units may be affected. I knew the Diesel was popular but I didn't know its that popular!
ONLY 223 "incidents" were noted. Out of those only 21 personal injuries actually happened.
So.... because of 21 people out of a quarter of a million owners this is their fix!
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NHTSA ODI - Recalls documents
2005 CTD SLT Auto,Truxedo cover,Line X,Autometer EGT,Boost and trans gauges,Silencer baffle MIA.Oh free E17 recall

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