Maybe I didn't look hard enough but there was no mention of the three
point safety belt recall for TR7s on the cited site. The ones in my now
departed '80 TR7 were replaced for no cost under the recall terms. I
still have the original belts stashed away some where.
John T. Nichols
'58 TR3A TS32093L 'O'
'86 TVR 280i
Roger Elliott wrote:
> Triumph fans
> I have looked at this list before (just double checked it) and question its
> reliability. For a 1980 Triumph Spitfire there are 12 numbers. 8 are for
> automatic transmission, 1 is for Electronic fuel injection, 2 are electronic
> ignition and one is "Recall Clean-up".
> Since the Spitfire never had an automatic transmission or EFI those are
> not relevant. The Electronic ignition we all know had problems and who knows
> what a "recall cleanup" is. So 2 (possibly 3) out of 12 are most likely
> So look at the listing with a bit of skepticism and don't assume that they are
> all correct.
> Roger Elliott
> 80 Spitfire
> Eganb@aol.com wrote:
> > Triumph fans:
> > I stumbled on this website with a listing of all the service bulletins and
> > recalls issued for Triumphs:
> > http://www.alldata.com/consumer/recall/make/Triumph.html
> > You might find it useful -- better yet would be the text of the bulletins
> > recalls. Anyone know where all those might be?
> > thanks.
> > Bruce
> > 1980 Inca Yellow TR7 5-speed convertible
> > Chapel Hill, NC