Recalls

Find the latest 2000 Chrysler LHS recalls as issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Manufacturers.

Dates of Manufacture August 1999
Dates of Manufacture June 1999 - October 2000
Dates of Manufacture October 1999
Manufacturer Recall No. 863
Manufacturer Recall No. 866
Manufacturer Recall No. 957
Models Involved Intrepid, Concorde, 300M, LHS
Models Involved Intrepid, Concorde, 300M, LHS, Grand Cherokee
Models Involved Neon, Stratus, Intrepid, Viper, Prowler, Breeze, Concorde, LHS, 300M, Cirrus
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V033
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V034
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V366
Potential Number of Units Affected 1211756
Potential Number of Units Affected 204000
Potential Number of Units Affected 7580
Remedy Dealers will replace the left front seat belt retractor assemblies. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification was to begin during March 2000. Owners who do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Chrysler at 1-800-992-1997.
Remedy Dealers will replace the upper ATL bolt. Owner notification began March 13, 2000. Owners who do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Chrysler at 1-800-992-1997.
Remedy Owners will be provided with an addendum to the owner's manuals. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification began Nov. 12, 2000. Owners who do not receive the free owner's manual addendum within a reasonable time should contact Daimler Chrysler at 1-800-853-1403.
Summary A manufacturing molding error can prevent the operation of the G-lock and tilt lock functions on some of the driver's side seat belt retractors. If this occurs in a frontal crash situation, driver protection from the seat belt may be reduced, increasing the risk of injury.
Summary Certain passenger vehicles, pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 225, "Child Restraint Anchorage Systems." Some of the owner's manuals for these vehicles are missing instructions that provide a step-by-step procedure, including diagrams, for properly attaching a child restraint system's tether strap to the tether anchorage. In the event of a crash, the child seat may not be properly attached, increasing the risk of injury to the child.
Summary The seat belt shoulder height adjustable turning loop (ATL) top mounting bolt was inadequately manufactured. The affected mounting bolts may not withstand sufficient force to function properly in certain impact situations, increasing the risk of injury to a belted occupant.