Model Xbr made by Fccc got 1 recall. There was one recall concerning engine and engine cooling .
|Campaign||Manufacturer||Manufacturing date||Type||# of units affected||Date Owner notified Mfg||Recall Initiated by||Manufacturers of recalled vehicles/products||Report Recieved Date||Record Creation Date||Regulation Part Number||FMVSS Number|
|ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING|
|11V474000||DAIMLER TRUCKS NORTH AMERICA||from 09/01/2010 to 12/31/2010||V (Vehicle)||6225||10/10/2011||MFR||DAIMLER TRUCKS NORTH AMERICA||09/15/2011||09/15/2011|
|Defect Summary||Daimler trucks is recalling certain model year 2011- 2012 business class m2 and coronado trucks manufactured from september 1, 2010, through december 31, 2010, equipped with a cummins isx or isl diesel engine. the v-band clamp assembly, part numbers q187684, q187685, and q187686, used to connect the inlet and outlet cone sections to the diesel oxidation catalyst (doc)/diesel particulate filter (dpf) include a t-bolt which can fracture and fail when subjected to stress or load. a fracture or failure of the t-bolt may cause the clamp to loosen and the inlet or outlet sections attached to the doc/dpf housing to disconnect.|
|Consequence Summary||If the inlet or outlet sections disconnect, hot exhaust gases can vent prior to exiting the tailpipe, creating the risk of combustion and a fire. if both clamps fail, there is a risk in some applications that the doc/dpf housing may detach completely, creating a road hazard.|
|Corrective Summary||Daimler trucks is working with cummins to identify and notify owners of the recall campaign. repairs will be performed by authorized cummins dealers free of charge. the safety recall began on october 10, 2011. owners may contact cummins at 1-812-377-5000 or daimler trucks at 1-800-547-0712.|
|Notes||Cummins' recall campaign number is c1154.daimler trucks' safety recall number is fl-611.owners may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), or go to http://www.safercar.gov .|