American Lafrance Fire Truck 2005-2007

Model Fire Truck made by American Lafrance got 2 recalls. There were some recalls concerningengine and engine cooling, structure.

Car model

Model 2005


CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
06V204000AMERICAN LAFRANCE LLCfrom 11/01/2005 to 04/30/2006V (Vehicle)22MFRAMERICAN LAFRANCE LLC06/09/200606/09/2006
Defect SummaryOn certain fire trucks equipped with cummins isl cm850 diesel engines, the connecting rods which transfer energy from the piston to the crankshaft are defective and can result in seizure of the piston pin. a piston pin seizure can result in a mission-disabling engine failure.
Consequence SummaryThis condition could ultimately result in a loss of vehicle power (engine stall) increasing the risk of a crash.
Corrective SummaryAmerican lafrance delivered one vehicle to a customer which has already been repaired. all other vehicles are still at the american lafrance manufacturing facility.
NotesAmerican lafrance recall no. alf-0206.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration
07V264000AMERICAN LAFRANCE LLC V (Vehicle)2660MFRAMERICAN LAFRANCE LLC06/13/200706/25/2007
Defect SummaryOn certain fire trucks, the vehicle cab hydraulic lift system used to raise and lower the cab for maintenance can fail.
Consequence SummaryIf the cab is left in a raised position, it may not maintain its tilted upright position. also if the equipment shifts inside the cab while the cab is in the raised position, it could cause an impact load on the tilt cylinders causing the cab to come crashing down, increasing the risk of injury.
Corrective SummaryAmerican lafrance has not yet provided a remedy or owner notification for this campaign. owners may call american lafrance at 1-843-486-7400.
NotesAmerican lafrance recall no. alf-0107.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration