CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
06E043000HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC. E (Equipment)8830310/18/2006MFRGENERAL MOTORS CORP.05/19/200605/22/2006
Defect SummaryCertain replacement fuel filters, fram brand name p/n g3727, with date codes x52911 through x60801 sequentially or x600141 and a mexico country or origin marking on the fuel filter housing manufactured from october 18, 2005, through march 21, 2006, sold for use on the vehicles listed above and on certain school buses. (to see the school bus engine sizes, click on document search and then bus applications). the connector on the fuel filter was not manufactured to honeywell's specification. as a result, the o-ring may not seat correctly on the fuel line.
Consequence SummaryThis condition may cause an inadequate seal at the connection, potentially leading to a fuel leak. in the presence of an ignition source, a fire could occur.
Corrective SummaryHoneywell will notify owners and replace the fuel filters free of charge. the recall began on october 18, 2006. owners may contact fram customer service at 1-800-890-2075 (option 1).
NotesThis recall only pertains to aftermarket fram fuel filters and has no relation to any original equipment installed on the vehicles listed.customers may contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153); or go to


BulletinBulletin dateReplacement BulletinItem no.SummaryAdded
PIE-004302/01/201010034428Chevrolet:gmc: engineering information-fuel tank pressure sensor, dtcs p0446, p0451 or p0454 set. gmc engineering is attempting to determine the root cause of the above concern. *pe11/15/2010

Consumer Complaints

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 I noticed a strong odor of gas coming from under the truck. i only noticed the fuel leaking when the truck was on a downhill grade. i climbed under the truck to see where it was coming from. it turns out that the fuel leak is coming from the return line on the frame under where the fuel filter is attached. that section of the fuel line is totally corroted and fuel is slowly dripping from it. i am taking it to my mechanic tomorrow for repair. the brake line right above the fuel line is also severly corroted. gm really needs to recall and fix these issues due to these corroted fuel and brake lines. i will never buy another gm product again.
 Tl- the contact owns a 1999 gmc sierra 1500. while driving at approximately 10 mph the brake pedal fell to the floor board. the contact inspected the vehicle and noticed the brake lines were leaking. the manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated there was no recall. the vehicle was not repaired. the approximate failure mileage was 68,000. ds
 Severe corrosion of the brake lines became apparent during a sudden application of the brakes which caused multiple brake lines to rupture and leave the vehicle with no brakes since a line from the master cylinder to the abs unit front left input and the abs to the rear t line blew simultaneously. when removing the damaged brake lines they literally crumbled to pieces due to corrosion. during the repair to the brake lines severe corrosion was noted on the fuel lines also.
 The fuel gauge and low fuel warning system on my 1999 gmc sierra pickup has not worked for many months. i have been told by a service facility i trust, that this is a common problem, is costly to fix and most likely will fail again soon. they thought that this should be a recall issue. *nm
 The first time i bought the vehicle it overflowed fuel when i filled the fuel tank to it's capacity. i assumed a vent line was loose, but knew it would be a big job to drop the fuel tank and check, so i just limited the amount of fuel i would fill the tank with. on jan 5, 2007, the fuel pump quit working and after dropping the tank no vent line was found to be loose. upon further investigation, i determined the fuel pump mounting flange on the tank was about half connected, thus where the fuel would leak from when the tank was filled to capacity. it appeared the mounting flange is fused on and there was not an adequate bon made. it was on about 1/32 wide for 180 degrees and only about 1/16 wide the other 180 degrees. i have since repaired the tank using a product called jb weld and also installing (4) #10 machines screws with washers and locking nuts holding the flange to the tank. *jb