Freightliner recall over fire potential


Detroit Diesel DD15TC engines from 2010 to 2020 a risk for fuel line leaks

Freightliner recall over fire potential
A new Freightliner recall is underway

 

More than 3,000 Freightliners are being recalled over the potential for engine fires.

Fuel may leak from the engine's high-pressure fuel rail feed lines in Freightliner trucks equipped with a DD15TC engine model years 2010-2020 sold between January 1, 2010, and March 8, 2020.

"Vehicles in this recall previously recalled under PRA2019/17902 (campaign RC3149-D19R5A) or PRA2019/17954 (campaign RC3151-D19R5B) will still require their vehicle to be repaired under this recall," the recall notice for 3,053 affected vehicles reads.


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Owners are asked to contact any authorised Freightliner/Detroit Diesel dealership who will make a booking time as soon as possible to replace the high pressure fuel-rail feed lines and supporting hardware with severe-duty high-pressure fuel-line kit, free of charge.

"A list of Authorised Freightliner/Detroit Diesel Dealerships will be included with the Customer Owner Letter being posted to registered vehicle owners shortly and a Dealership list is attached with this notice," it reads.

"If you have previously had your vehicle completed under RC3149-D9R5A or RC3151-D19R5B your vehicle will still need to be completed under this new safety recall."

The VIN list and a dealerships list can be found here.

 

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