Recalls for 1987 Isuzu Trooper

There are currently 4 recalls for your car.

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NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recalls


Recall Number: 93E023000

Recall Date: 07/22/1993

Problem Summary: THE WELD ON THE RECEIVER UNIT OF THE TRAILER HITCH CAN BREAK.

Consequence: IF THE FAILURE OCCURS, THE TRAILER CAN SEPARATE FROM THETOWING VEHICLE, AND COULD RESULT IN A VEHICLE CRASH WITHOUT WARNING.

What Owners Should Do: REPLACE THE TRAILER HITCH.

Recall Number: 92V093000

Recall Date: 07/27/1992

Problem Summary: TRUCKS USED IN THE SALT-BELT STATES CAN HAVE ACCUMULATED CORROSION IN THE HINGES OF THE REAR DOORS. IF THE VEHICLES ALSO HAVE MISALIGNED DOOR LATCHES AND STRIKERS, IT IS POSSIBLE TO CLOSE THE DOORS IN A "FALSE LATCH" CONDITION.

Consequence: IN THE "FALSE LATCH" CONDITION, THE REAR DOORS MAY GIVETHE IMPRESSION THAT THE DOOR IS PROPERLY LATCHED WHEN IT IS NOT. THIS COULD LEADTO PASSENGERS AND/OR CARGO FALLING FROM REAR DOORS WHICH CAN OPEN WITHOUT PRIORWARNING.

What Owners Should Do: CHECK THE DOOR LATCHES AND STRIKERS FOR CORRECT ALIGNMENT AND REPAIR IF NECESSARY; ALSO INSPECT REAR DOOR HINGES FOR CORROSION AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY.

Recall Number: 89V001000

Recall Date: 12/04/1989

Problem Summary: DUE TO INSUFFICIENT CLEARANCE BETWEEN A BOLT THAT FIXES THE HEATER TO THE VEHICLE BODY AND A FUEL DELIVERY PIPE AND BETWEEN A REAR HEATER HOSE CLIP, USE UNDER SERVERE CONDITIONS COULD CAUSE PIPE RUPTURE AND FUEL LEAKAGE.

Consequence: THIS COULD RESULT IN A FIRE.

What Owners Should Do: INSTALL NEW LINES AND A CLIP.

Recall Number: 87V057000

Recall Date: 04/24/1987

Problem Summary: TWO PIECE ALUMINUM WHEELS MAY NOT HAVE BEEN WELDED AT POINT WHERE WHEEL IS PRESS FITTED ONTO THE RIM.

Consequence: WHEEL COULD SEPARATE FROM RIM CREATING THE POTENTIAL FORAN ACCIDENT.

What Owners Should Do: REPLACE WHEELS AS APPROPRIATE.

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What Should You Do?

Bring your car to a dealer for repair. Recalls are issued because the defect might make the car unsafe in some way.
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