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Peterbilt 335 (2005) – 05V417000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trucks Equipped With Hydraulic Brakes, There May Be A Defect In The Anchor Bolt Of Some Bosch Model #305 Parking Brake Assemblies. A Different Coating Was Applied To The Bolt Which Did Not Meet Paccar Specifications. This Could Reduce The Fatigue Life Of The Bolt And Lead To Premature Failure.


Peterbilt 335 (2008) – 07V321000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Medium Duty Vehicles, The Right Side Stabilizing Rod, Which Spans The Cooling Module And The Right Frame Rail Bracket, Was Inadvertently Designed Too Close In Proximity To The Alternator Positive Electrical Terminal Post. In The Event The ProteCTIve Rubber Boot On The Terminal Post Was Removed Or Cracked And The Engine Mounts Allowed The Engine To Rock, Electrical Arcing Could Occur Between The Radiator Tie Rod Hardware On The Frame Side And The Alternator Terminal Post While The Engine Is Running.


Peterbilt 335 (2011) – 20V199000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 2008-2019 Peterbilt 330, 335, 337, 340, 348, 365, 367, 384, 386, 387, 388, 389, 567, 579 And 587 Vehicles And 2008-2020 Kenworth T170, T270, T370, T660, T680, T800, T880, And W900 Vehicles Equipped With Namux Software. In The Event That The Anti-Lock Brake System (Abs) Loses Battery And/Or Ignition Power To The Controller, The Dash Warning Light For The Abs May Not Illuminate To Warn The Driver Of The Loss Of Abs. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) Number 121, “Air Brake Systems,” And 136, “Electronic Stability Control System On Heavy Vehicles.”


Peterbilt 335 (2008) – 07V276000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Trucks Equipped With Bendix Sr-7 Spring Brake Modulating Valves. The Internal Rubber Check Valve May Leak Causing A Delay In The Application Of The Spring Brakes To Park The Vehicle After The Operator Pulls The Dash Valve Button.


Peterbilt 335 (2011) – 10V162000

Vehicle recall defect – Peterbilt Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2010 And 2011 Model 325, 330, 335, 337, 340, And 348 Trucks. The Hood Anti-Blowdown Device Is Designed To Prevent Unintended And Unexpected Hood Closure. The Device Within Can Become Hindered Or Inoperative Due To Unintentional Latch Movement Which Interferes With The Hood Pivot J-Hook, Latch Misalignment, Or Latch Fallout.


Peterbilt 335 (2008) – 06V490000

Vehicle recall defect – On Some Peterbilt Trucks, Certain Parts Used In The Air Suspensions Have A High Copper Content Causing Premature Failure.


Peterbilt 335 (2010) – 20V199000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 2008-2019 Peterbilt 330, 335, 337, 340, 348, 365, 367, 384, 386, 387, 388, 389, 567, 579 And 587 Vehicles And 2008-2020 Kenworth T170, T270, T370, T660, T680, T800, T880, And W900 Vehicles Equipped With Namux Software. In The Event That The Anti-Lock Brake System (Abs) Loses Battery And/Or Ignition Power To The Controller, The Dash Warning Light For The Abs May Not Illuminate To Warn The Driver Of The Loss Of Abs. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) Number 121, “Air Brake Systems,” And 136, “Electronic Stability Control System On Heavy Vehicles.”


Peterbilt 335 (2007) – 07V276000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Trucks Equipped With Bendix Sr-7 Spring Brake Modulating Valves. The Internal Rubber Check Valve May Leak Causing A Delay In The Application Of The Spring Brakes To Park The Vehicle After The Operator Pulls The Dash Valve Button.


Peterbilt 335 (2010) – 20V199000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 2008-2019 Peterbilt 330, 335, 337, 340, 348, 365, 367, 384, 386, 387, 388, 389, 567, 579 And 587 Vehicles And 2008-2020 Kenworth T170, T270, T370, T660, T680, T800, T880, And W900 Vehicles Equipped With Namux Software. In The Event That The Anti-Lock Brake System (Abs) Loses Battery And/Or Ignition Power To The Controller, The Dash Warning Light For The Abs May Not Illuminate To Warn The Driver Of The Loss Of Abs. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) Number 121, “Air Brake Systems,” And 136, “Electronic Stability Control System On Heavy Vehicles.”


Peterbilt 335 (2007) – 06V490000

Vehicle recall defect – On Some Peterbilt Trucks, Certain Parts Used In The Air Suspensions Have A High Copper Content Causing Premature Failure.