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Apollo 3300 (1979) – 78V253000

Vehicle recall defect – The Rear Suspension Springs May Interfere With The L.P. Gas Line And Cause The Line To Break.


Ic 3300 (2006) – 12V473000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006 Through 2010 Ic Transit Buses, Models 3300, 3200Im, Cecb, Fccb, Fecb, Hccb, Rccb, And Recb, Manufactured From March 16, 2005, Through February 24, 2009, Equipped With I-6 Engines Within Feature Codes 12N (Pl, Pm, Pn, Pr, Ps, Pt, Pu, Pv, Sa, Sg, Sk, Sl, Sm, Sv, Sz, Tb, Ua, Ub, Uc, And Ud). The High Pressure Engine Oil Line May Develop A Leak Or Possibly Rupture.


Ic 3300 (2006) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.


Ic 3300 (2005) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.


Ic 3300 (2010) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.


Ic 3300 (2009) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.


Ic 3300 (2008) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.


Ic 3300 (2007) – 12V473000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006 Through 2010 Ic Transit Buses, Models 3300, 3200Im, Cecb, Fccb, Fecb, Hccb, Rccb, And Recb, Manufactured From March 16, 2005, Through February 24, 2009, Equipped With I-6 Engines Within Feature Codes 12N (Pl, Pm, Pn, Pr, Ps, Pt, Pu, Pv, Sa, Sg, Sk, Sl, Sm, Sv, Sz, Tb, Ua, Ub, Uc, And Ud). The High Pressure Engine Oil Line May Develop A Leak Or Possibly Rupture.


Ic 3300 (2007) – 10V267000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2010 International Trucks And Ic Commercial Buses Manufactured From December 4, 2001 Through December 14, 2009 Equipped With International Vt365 Engines Having Engine Calibration Pan2Pvr0, Pan2Pvr1, Or Pan2Pwr. The Engine Normally Responds To A Failed Open Accelerator Position Sensor Circuit Fault By Returning The Engine To Low Idle Speed Of 800 Rpm And Disabling The Driver’S Ability To Increase The Engine Speed. However If The Open Circuit Corrects Itself Within 30 Seconds Of Initiation, Engine Speed Could Suddenly Increase To A High Idle Speed Of 1200 Rpm.