Model Conquest made by Plymouth got 1 recall. There was one recall concerning seat belts . The car has one 2.6l engine.
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|Unadjusted MPG (city/highway/combined)
|Lockup/automatic, 4 gears
|Manual, 5 gears
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|SEAT BELTS - FRONT - BUCKLE ASSEMBLY
|from 01/01/1986 to 12/01/1991
|CHRYSLER GROUP LLC
|The front safety belt buckle release buttons can break. these red plastic release buttons are marked press. if a button breaks, pieces can fall into the buckle assembly causing the buckle to operate improperly.
|The safety belts would not provide adequate protection to an occupant in a vehicle crash.
|Owners should promptly check the condition and operation of both front safety belt buckles and carefully inspect the red release button for any breaks or cracks. they should ensure that both buckles are operating properly by inserting each latch plate into its buckle, tugging on the belt to make sure the latch is securely locked, and then pressing the release button. the latch plate should pop out of the buckle when the button is pressed. if either release button shows a sign of breaking or cracking or if either buckle fails to operate properly, owners should promptly contact their authorized dealer to schedule an appointment to have the buckle replaced or repaired, free of charge. the manufacturer is developing a remedy designed to prevent failure of the buttons that are not currently broken.
|System: interior; seat belts; belt buckles.vehicle description: passenger, multi-purpose vehicles and light duty trucks equipped with safety belts made by takata corporation.note: if your vehicle is presented to an authorized dealer on an agreed upon service date and the remedy is not provided free of charge within a reasonable time, please contact chrysler at 1-800-853-1403. also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's auto safety hotline at 1-800-424-9393.