Frequently known toas America's only true sports vehicle, the Chevrolet Corvette is among the world's most widely known and longest-running nameplates. From the rather humble six-cylinder origins in 1953 towards the 638-horsepower ZR1, the Corvette has changed a great deal with time, however it has always maintained the important thing facets of style and gratifaction which make a Vette a Vette.
Issues With STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:HOSE, PIPING, AND CONNECTIONS
The power steering gear inlet hose on these vehicles can fracture, causing power steering fluid to spray from hose into the engine compartment.
The power steering fluid is flammable and could causean underhood fire if exposed to a source of ignition.
Replace the power steering gear inlet hose with an improved design.
System: steering.vehicle description: passenger cars with lt1 engines.
Issues With FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE
Certain 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.
This 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.
Honeywell 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).
This 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 http://www.safercar.gov.