NHTSA commercial vehicle recalls for the week of Aug. 15, 2022.


The following safety recalls were issued Monday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA): 

  • Airstream is recalling certain 2021-2022 Basecamp, Bambi, Atlas, Interstate, and Interstate 19 travel trailers equipped with certain 2-burner cooktops. The burner control valves may become damaged, causing a gas leak. A gas leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire. NHTSA says potentially 116 units are affected by the recall.
  • Altec Industries is recalling certain 2017-2021 Altec AT200A, AT235, AT235P, AT237, AT37G, AT40G, AT41M and CB5-132D-S aerial devices. A wire to the boom stow sensor may be routed over a sharp edge, which can expose the wire to metal and result in a blown ignition circuit fuse. A blown fuse can cause an engine stall, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 594 units are affected by the recall.
  • Blue Bird Body Company is recalling certain 2017-2023 Blue Bird Vision school buses equipped with Roush fuel return lines included in GEN 4 and GEN 5 LPG Conversion Systems that were installed on vehicles sold or registered in Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The zinc-plating on the fuel return line may break away when contacted by road debris, causing two dissimilar metals on the fuel line to contact each other and corrode. A corroded fuel line can leak fuel, increasing the risk of a fire. NHTSA says potentially 4,900 units are affected by the recall.
  • Blue Bird Body Company is recalling certain 2018-2023 Blue Bird Vision transit buses equipped with Roush fuel return lines included in GEN 4 and GEN 5 LPG Conversion Systems that were installed on vehicles sold or registered in Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The zinc-plating on the fuel return line may break away when contacted by road debris, causing two dissimilar metals on the fuel line to contact each other and corrode. A corroded fuel line can leak fuel, increasing the risk of a fire. NHTSA says potentially 49 units are affected by the recall.
  • Capacity of Texas is recalling certain 2021-2022 TJ 5000, 6500, and 9000 vehicles. The steering gears may have been assembled incorrectly, which can cause the gears to fracture. A fractured steering gear can cause a loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 58 units are affected by the recall.
  • Crane Carrier Company is recalling certain 2021-2022 LET2 and LNT vehicles. The steering gears may have been assembled incorrectly, which can cause the gears to fracture. A fractured steering gear can cause a loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 391 units are affected by the recall.
  • Cruiser RV is recalling certain 2022 MPG, Hitch, Radiance, Stryker, 2022-2023 Embrace, Shadow Cruiser, and Twilight travel trailers. The electric retractable awning has a welded seam on the fabric that may separate, potentially allowing the awning to drop beyond normal operation. An awning that drops or extends beyond normal operation can increase the risk of injury. NHTSA says potentially 726 units are affected by the recall.
  • Delco Trailers is recalling certain 2021-2022 C-Series, D-Series, and F-Series trailers equipped with Besser Pro 7000 lbs. Tubular Straight Axle assemblies. The weld that joins the spindle and the main axle may have been improperly placed, which can cause cracking or separation of the axle from the spindle. Cracking or separation of the axle and spindle can increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 1,209 units are affected by the recall.
  • Forest River is recalling certain 2021-2022 Salem and Wildwood fifth wheel travel trailers. The awning rail may not be attached to a backer in the sidewall, which can allow the awning to detach while the vehicle is in motion. An awning that detaches increases the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 609 units are affected by the recall.
  • Highland Ridge RV is recalling certain 2022 Mesa Ridge, Mesa Ridge S-lite, Mesa Ridge XLT, Olympia, Olympia Lite, Olympia Sport, Open Range, Open Range Light, Open Range Roamer, Range Lite, Range Lite Air, Silverstar, Silverstar S-lite, and Silverstar XLT trailers. The electric retractable awning has a welded seam on the fabric that may separate, potentially allowing the awning to drop beyond normal operation. An awning that drops or extends beyond normal operation can increase the risk of injury. NHTSA says potentially 2,448 units are affected by the recall.
  • Jayco is recalling certain 2022-2023 Eagle, Eagle HT, Jayflight, Jayflight SLX, North point, Pinnacle, and Seismic travel trailers. The electric retractable awning has a welded seam on the fabric that may separate, potentially allowing the awning to drop beyond normal operation. An awning that drops or extends beyond normal operation can increase the risk of injury. NHTSA says potentially 11,532 units are affected by the recall.
  • Jayco is recalling certain 2022 Greyhawk, Greyhawk Prestige, Melbourne, Redhawk, and Entegra Coach Odyssey vehicles. The electric retractable awning has a welded seam on the fabric that may separate, potentially allowing the awning to drop beyond normal operation. An awning that drops or extends beyond normal operation can increase the risk of injury. NHTSA says potentially 118 units are affected by the recall.
  • Kalmar Solutions is recalling certain 2021-2022 Ottawa T2 terminal tractors. The steering gears may have been assembled incorrectly, which can cause the gears to fracture. A fractured steering gear can cause a loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 110 units are affected by the recall.
  • Micro Bird is recalling certain 2021-2022 G5, MBII, and T-Series school buses. The inside panels under the windows may have been insufficiently attached. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 221, “School Bus Body Joint Strength.” Insufficiently attached panels may separate during a crash, increasing the risk of an injury. NHTSA says potentially 127 units are affected by the recall.
  • Navistar is recalling certain 2018-2021 International LoneStar and 2016-2021 International LT vehicles. The cables that connect the batteries to the vehicle frame may become excessively hot, and in some cases, cause battery post separation. Excessively hot battery ground cables may cause personal injury during battery maintenance repairs. In addition, a battery post that separates from the battery can result in an engine stall without warning, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 8,483 units are affected by the recall.
  • Navistar is recalling certain 2023 International LT, International Lonestar, International MV, International HV, International HX, and IC Bus TC Commercial buses. The engine control module (ECM) may experience an internal electrical short-circuit, causing the engine to stall. An unexpected engine stall can increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 283 units are affected by the recall.
  • Navistar is recalling certain 2023 IC CE School Buses. The engine control module (ECM) may experience an internal electrical short-circuit, causing the engine to stall. An unexpected engine stall can increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 33 units are affected by the recall.
  • Pierce Manufacturing is recalling certain 2021-2022 Velocity, Impel, Enforcer, Arrow XT, Quantum, and Dash CF trucks. The steering gears may have been assembled incorrectly, which can cause the gears to fracture. A fractured steering gear can cause a loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 529 units are affected by the recall.
  • Shyft Group is recalling certain 2022-2023 Spartan RV Chassis K1, K2, K3, and K4 vehicles. The steering gears may have been assembled incorrectly, which can cause the gears to fracture. A fractured steering gear can cause a loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 100 units are affected by the recall.
  • Shyft Group is recalling certain 2023 Spartan RV Chassis K2 vehicles. The engine control module (ECM) may experience an internal short-circuit, which can result in an unexpected engine shut down without the ability to restart the vehicle. An unexpected engine shut down can increase the risk of a crash. Additionally, a disabled school bus may require an evacuation procedure in an uncontrolled traffic situation, increasing the risk of injury to passengers. NHTSA says potentially 38 units are affected by the recall.
  • Starcraft RV is recalling certain 2022 Autumn Ridge Outfitter, Super lite Maxx, and Super Lite travel trailers. The electric retractable awning has a welded seam on the fabric that may separate, potentially allowing the awning to drop beyond normal operation. An awning that drops or extends beyond normal operation can increase the risk of injury. NHTSA says potentially 1,441 units are affected by the recall.
  • Tiffin Motorhomes is recalling certain 2022 Zephyr, 2022-2023 Phaeton, Allegro Breeze and Allegro Bus motorhomes equipped with a Powerglide chassis. The chassis fuse can overheat while the motorhome is in motion, possibly causing the dash display to go blank and the engine to stall. An engine that shuts down unexpectedly increases the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 315 units are affected by the recall.
  • Volvo Trucks North America is recalling certain 2023 Volvo VN vehicles. The engine control module (ECM) may experience an internal electrical short-circuit, causing the engine to stall. An unexpected engine stall can increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 12 units are affected by the recall.
  • Xtreme Outdoors is recalling certain 2021-2022 Little Guy Max and Little Guy Mini Max travel trailers. The axle bolts may have been improperly tightened during production, which can cause the axle to break or detach from the trailer. A broken or detached axle can increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 1,004 units are affected by the recall.



Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Sign In

Register

Reset Password

Please enter your username or email address, you will receive a link to create a new password via email.