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Old 01-17-2018, 04:55 PM   #1  
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Anyone know about this recall?

https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/rcl/201...7V821-4873.pdf

I stopped by a dealer to look at a truck and the salesman told me he
could not sell it until the recall repair was done. That's all he knew.

Somewhere I read there is no cure / solution at this time?
Anyone know the details? Time frame?
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Old 01-17-2018, 10:33 PM   #2  
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Wow that's a crazy one. Just think 1.4 million potential for the recall, bet that gets expensive for someone. Have not heard any talk about it yet. Would be easy just to leave your foot off the brake when your sitting still in park.
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I read about this a couple of weeks ago on my RV forum site and did a search using my Vin on the Dodge Canadian site and see my 2014 Ram is mentioned along with the water pump recall. No idea when this will be rectified although I think the tranny problem should take priority ASAP.
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1970's when nothing had the interlock system.....

flash back to 1988

An old chevy Nova was sitting at a garage being worked on when all a sudden all you saw was the mechanic standing leaning over where the car used to be.
Meanwhile the car was moving quickly across the parking lot in reverse with the drivers door open and the hood up.

It bent the drivers door backward against the front fender when it brushed past a power pole, went across the street and came to rest with it's rear bumper against another cars drivers door.

The column shifter slipped down out of park and into reverse....
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The airline I used to work for only bought automatic Ford vehicles with column shift system wide. Before they went into service the column shift was removed and a center floor shifter with just fwd, neutral and reverse was installed meaning you had to set the park brake every time, they never had park brake cables seize up as they were always in use.
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