Recalls for 1989 Peugeot 405

There are currently 5 recalls for your car.

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NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recalls


Recall Number: 97V038000

Recall Date: 03/11/1997

Problem Summary: A GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF THE HEADLIGHT PLASTIC LENS OCCURS.

Consequence: REDUCED LIGHTING FROM THE LENS CAN CAUSE VISIBILITY PROBLEMS INCREASING THE RISK OF A CRASH.

What Owners Should Do: DEALERS WILL INSPECT AND REPLACE BOTH FRONT HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLIES.

Recall Number: 94V064000

Recall Date: 04/07/1994

Problem Summary: THE FUEL SUPPLY LINE CAN COME IN CONTACT WITH A HIGH VOLTAGE IGNITION LEAD IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT, CAUSING DETERIORATION OF THE FUEL LINE OVER TIME. THE DETERIORATION OF THE FUEL LINE COULD RESULT IN A FUEL LEAK IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT.

Consequence: FUEL LEAKED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT COULD RESULT IN A FIRE IF EXPOSED TO A SOURCE OF IGNITION.

What Owners Should Do: DEALERS WILL REPLACE THREE FUEL LINES, CLAMPS AND MOUNTING CLIPS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT AND REROUTE THE FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM TO AVOID CONTACT WITH THE HIGH VOLTAGE IGNITION LEAD.

Recall Number: 89V161000

Recall Date: 09/28/1989

Problem Summary: FUEL LEAKAGE EXCEEDS THE REQUIREMENTS OF FMVSS 301 IN A REAR BARRIER CRASH.

Consequence: VEHICLES WOULD NOT COMPLY WITH FMVSS 301.

What Owners Should Do: INSTALL PROTECTIVE BUFFERS; RELOCATE FUEL PUMP AND FILER TO ASSURE COMPLIANCE.

Recall Number: 89V158000

Recall Date: 09/21/1989

Problem Summary: THERE MAY BE ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE BETWEEN PASSIVE BELT MOTOR AND ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT.

Consequence: PASSIVE BELT SYSTEM MAY NOT OPERATE CORRECTLY AT ALLTIMES WHICH COULD CAUSE MORE SERIOUS INJURIES TO THE WEARER OF THE BELT.

What Owners Should Do: REPAIR PASSIVE BELT SYSTEM TO ASSURE PROPER OPERATION.

Recall Number: 89V092000

Recall Date: 06/08/1989

Problem Summary: INFORMATION REGARDING CHILD RESTRAINTS WAS OMITTED FROM THE OWNERS MANUAL.

Consequence: THIS OMISSION RESULTS IN NONCOMPLIANCE WITH FMVSS 210.

What Owners Should Do: SEND MISSING PAGE TO OWNERS TO BE PLACED IN THEIR VEHICLE OWNERS MANUAL.

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What Should You Do?

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