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Date:         Wed, 5 Apr 2000 19:17:00 -0500
Reply-To:     Jeff Taberski <jeff@TABERSKI.COM>
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From:         Jeff Taberski <jeff@TABERSKI.COM>
Subject:      NHTSA recall link and link
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There has been some interest in recalls lately, so here's some info.

National Highway Safety Adminstration (recall information back to ~1960s):

Also of interest: Volkswagen Electronic Technical Service Information:

I gather that the site is not widely known since there is not a link (that I know of) from VW's main site. I only recently have heard of it. It contains Campaign Circulars (Recalls), Service Circulars, and Technical Bulletins for what looks like the last 5-10 model years. This may not help Vanagon owners, but it looks like quite a few of us have later model Audi or Volkswagen vehicles in addition to our Vanagons. I, for one, find it very nice to be able to read the same technical service bulletin or recall bulletin that the technician reads before my '99 Jetta goes in for a recall or known problem.

Hope this helps someone.

_Jeff T.

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