I've never owned a vehicle that underwent a factory recall before. And technically, I still don't.
I received a notice from Daimler-Chrysler stating that there was an emissions recall for the 1997 Dodge Dakota truck that I had owned.
It's amazing how these people can track you down. First of all the truck was in my mother's name. Second, I bought the thing 3 address changes and 2 states ago.
I was unaware that Dick Tracy was in the employ of Daimler-Chrysler.
Outside of the fact that I no longer own the vehicle that is being recalled, the only thing that pisses me off about it (or would piss me off if I still owned the truck) is the fact that the recall is for the catalytic converter.
Why would that bother me?
Only due to the fact that I had to have the catalytic converter replaced approximately 4 years ago.
I'm curious if they would have retro-actively paid me for having already replaced a part that was on a recall list, or if the statute of limitations would have already run out.