Dodge St Regis 1981

Model St Regis made in 1981 by Dodge got 2 recalls. There were some recalls concerningfuel system, gasoline, vehicle speed control.

Model 1981


CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
81V055000CHRYSLER CORPORATIONfrom 08/01/1980 to 03/01/1981V (Vehicle)3000005/15/1981MFRCHRYSLER GROUP LLC05/05/198105/15/1981
Defect SummaryEngine may lose power or stall due to carburetor flooding. this is caused by a poor electrical ground on the carburetor fuel bowl vent solenoid. vehicles may also have driveability problems while the engine is warming up in cold weather. these problems include engine missing, sags, and hesitation. this is caused by a sticking carburetor oxygen feedback solenoid.
Consequence Summary
Corrective SummaryDealer will inspect carburetor and if necessary, the bowl vent solenoid will be repaired by resoldering (reconnecting) the external electrical connection free of charge. if applicable, the oxygen feedback sensor will be replaced.
NotesVehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with 318 engines.system: fuel; carburetor, fuel bowl vent solenoid and oxygen feedback solenoid.consequences of defect: should the vehicle lose engine power, it might become ahazard to other drivers and may cause an accident.
81V111000CHRYSLER CORPORATIONfrom 08/01/1980 to 07/01/1981V (Vehicle)15000010/06/1981MFRCHRYSLER GROUP LLC09/22/198109/28/1981
Defect SummaryThe automatic speed control switch may stick in the resume position restricting return movement. this will not allow the normal brake pedal operation to deactivate the system.
Consequence Summary
Corrective SummaryThe shield portion of the resume slide lever in the speed control unit will be replaced without charge.
NotesVehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with automatic speed controlsystems.system: electric power accessories; automatic speed control switch.consequences of defect: failure of the speed control to deactivate could causeloss of vehicle control and an accident.note: manufacturer advises disconnection of the speed control device to preventits use prior to having it repaired.