Received my safety recall notice on the "Battery cable bulkhead stud fasteners" yesterday in the snailmail. It identifies you and your car by name and the last 8 digits of the VIN; provides a recall code of "D28" in this case. It also includes a prepaid post card to be completed and mailed in to DC for verification as to whether or not the car needed the tightening fix. Failure to tighten the fasteners <may> cause an instrument panel fire.Mikeyjohn said:You will be notified if your car is in recall.
I know how you feel and emphasize with you; but this, too, will pass. These kinds of things happen, particularly to first year build products.smitty said:I just got my letter. This is the 1st recall for any car I have owned. I feel cheap.......I wanted her to be perfect.
I would like to know too. What exactly did the notice say?arnoldw said:Does anyone know where the bulkhead stud for cable fasteners is?
Dunno yet, but the ground strap in the engine compartment is tied to the right fender well and could be the problem. The term "bulkhead" is confusing me. However, the recall states that the tightening process may include some new parts and/or retorquing.arnoldw said:battery cable fasteners at the bulkhead stud may not have been properly tightened. A loose fastener can cause an instrument panel fire. If I knew where this stud was I'd tighten it myself. How hard can it be?