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Yugo L4-1300cc 1.3L (1991)
Powertrain Management > Computers and Control Systems > Engine Control Module > Component Information > Technical Service Bulletins > Recalls for Engine Control Module: > 91V130 > Sep > 91 > Campaign - Water Infiltration At the E.C.U. > Page 497
Dear Yugo Dealer:
This is to inform you of Yugo's Voluntary Recall Campaign affecting 1990 and some 1991 Model Yugo GV Plus Vehicles.
Seventy-five percent of all the vehicles have been corrected, however; in the event an (intransit) customer wishes to verify that the recall has been
Refer to all Recall Documentation enclosed.
Warranty Mgr., Service Mgr., and Parts Mgr.
Yugo America, Inc.
Recall Claim Form Completion and Reimbursement Claim Number:
Properly complete the Recall Claim Form (see sample). Please make certain to print clearly, as illegible information will delay the processing time.
The form must be signed by both the vehicle owner and the authorized dealership represertative. For stock vehicles the service manager's signature
Mail the Recall Claim Form to Yugo America, Inc.'s Warranty Departmert in the self addressed / postage pre-paid envelope(s) (provided) once a
Labor time reimbursement = 0.8 hours.
Parts are supplied free of charge by Yugo America, Inc.'s Parts Department.
Do not enter recall claim(s) through your T.E.C. terminal.
Refer to your bimonthly credit memo for reimbursements.
September 3, 1991
Yugo America, Inc.
This notice is sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the National Traffic and Motor vehicle safety Act. Yugo America, Inc. has determined
The problem we have identified is poor sealing of the Electronic Control Unit (the vehicle's main computer which controls combustion and ignition
Your Yugo dealer will repair this defect free of charge. Rubber sealing washers will be fitted between the Electrcnic Control Unit and the vehicle
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this recall that your Yugo dealer is unable to answer, please call Yugo America, Inc.'s Customer
You may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to file a complaint should you believe that your dealer has failed to remedy
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