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Honda 360 (1976) – 77V233000

Vehicle recall defect – On The Involved Vehicles There Is A Possibility That, If Involved In A Collision, The Rider Could Impact The Hinged Fuel Filler Cap In Such A Manner As To Actuate The Release Lever And Open The Cap. This Would Result In A Gasoline Leak.


Honda 360 (1975) – 77V233000

Vehicle recall defect – On The Involved Vehicles There Is A Possibility That, If Involved In A Collision, The Rider Could Impact The Hinged Fuel Filler Cap In Such A Manner As To Actuate The Release Lever And Open The Cap. This Would Result In A Gasoline Leak.


Honda 360 (1974) – 77V233000

Vehicle recall defect – On The Involved Vehicles There Is A Possibility That, If Involved In A Collision, The Rider Could Impact The Hinged Fuel Filler Cap In Such A Manner As To Actuate The Release Lever And Open The Cap. This Would Result In A Gasoline Leak.


Lion 360 (2013) – 13V375000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Bus Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2014 360 School Buses. The Right Side Mirror Cannot Be Positioned To Have The Complete Right Side Of The Vehicle In View. Also, The Decal Explaining The Use Of The Cross View Mirrors Is Missing, Thus, These Vehicles Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) No. 111, “ReaRVIew Mirrors.”


Lion 360 (2013) – 13V374000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Bus Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2014 360 School Buses. The Size Of The Letters On Decals Are Too Small, Thus, These Vehicles Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) No. 217, “Bus Emergency Exits And Window Retention And Release”.


Lion 360 (2012) – 20V333000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Electric Company (Lion) Is Recalling Certain 2012-2020 Lion C And Lion 360 Hybrid Electric School Buses. The Driver’S Seat Belt Anchor May Have Been Attached With Incorrect Hardware, Possibly Causing The Seat Belt To Not Be Anchored Properly.


Lion 360 (2012) – 20V333000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Electric Company (Lion) Is Recalling Certain 2012-2020 Lion C And Lion 360 Hybrid Electric School Buses. The Driver’S Seat Belt Anchor May Have Been Attached With Incorrect Hardware, Possibly Causing The Seat Belt To Not Be Anchored Properly.


Lion 360 (2014) – 14V559000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Bus Inc. (Lion Bus) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013 And 2014 360 School Buses Manufactured August 30, 2012, To December 14, 2012. Adhesive May Not Have Been Applied Properly To The Joint Between The Metal Ceiling Panels. As Such, The Buses May Not Meet The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 221, “School Bus Body Joint Strength.”


Lion 360 (2014) – 14V333000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Buses Inc. (Lion Bus) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2014 360 School Buses Manufactured August 2013 To October 2013, And Equipped With Immi-Brand L9 Seat Belt Buckles. When The Button Is Pressed To Release The Seat Belt, The Latch Plate Can Become Partially Engaged With The Buckle, Making The Seat Belt Difficult To Unlatch. Thus, These Vehicles Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) No. 209, “Seat Belt Assemblies.”


Lion 360 (2014) – 13V375000

Vehicle recall defect – Lion Bus Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2014 360 School Buses. The Right Side Mirror Cannot Be Positioned To Have The Complete Right Side Of The Vehicle In View. Also, The Decal Explaining The Use Of The Cross View Mirrors Is Missing, Thus, These Vehicles Fail To Conform To The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) No. 111, “ReaRVIew Mirrors.”