Ford Motor Company has issued a safety recall for nearly 50,000 F-250 pickup trucks in the U.S. because a defective park rod could result in unintended vehicle movement.
Roush CleanTech is recalling over 430 modified Ford trucks because an issue with the fuel control valve solenoid coils could stop the flow of propane to the engine, increasing the risk of a crash.
Daimler Vans USA is recalling around 1,300 Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner Sprinter vehicles because a piece supporting the drive shaft could become loose.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling 450 Western Star 4900 vehicles because a defect with the aluminum air tanks could increase the risk of a crash.
Isuzu is recalling 21,000 trucks because the transmission bracket mounting studs could break, affecting the transmission’s ability to shift correctly.
Paccar is recalling over 400 Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks because the plastic fuel tee fittings could leak fuel, increasing the risk of a fire.
Daimler Vans USA is recalling over 15,300 Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner vehicles because the airbag control unit could be damaged during a crash, leading to a malfunction of the system.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling around 770 of its Freightliner trucks because the instrument cluster and turn signals may not work properly.
Toyota Motor North America has issued a safety recall for approximately 73,000 Tundra pickup trucks in the U.S. because of a potential defect in the corner rear step bumper reinforcement brackets.
Navistar is recalling 294 heavy diesel trucks because a defect with the battery cover latch could increase the risk of a fire.
Volvo Trucks North America is recalling more than 6,000 vehicles because the brake system on the vehicle can become contaminated, increasing the risk of a crash.
Volvo Trucks North America, and its Mack Truck brand, are recalling VHD, VNL, and VNM trucks to prevent the possibility of premature axle hub failure.