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Peterbilt 388 (2008) – 07V132000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trucks, The Axle Housings May Have Been Manufactured With Steel That Was Out Of Specification Which Could Result In A Fatigue Failure Over Time.


Peterbilt 388 (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 388 (2007) – 15V132000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006-2016 Peterbilt 587, 579, 567, 389, 388, 387, 385, 382, 379, 378, 367, 365 And 357 Trucks Manufactured July 25, 2005, To February 26, 2016. The Affected Vehicles May Be Equipped With Tire And Rim Certification Labels That List A Tire Pressure Below The Actual Correct Amount. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 120, “Tire SeleCTIon And Rims And Motor Home/Recreation Vehicle Trailer Load Carrying Capacity Information For Motor Vehicles With A Gvwr Of More Than 4,536 Kilograms (10,000 Pounds).”


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 15V132000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006-2016 Peterbilt 587, 579, 567, 389, 388, 387, 385, 382, 379, 378, 367, 365 And 357 Trucks Manufactured July 25, 2005, To February 26, 2016. The Affected Vehicles May Be Equipped With Tire And Rim Certification Labels That List A Tire Pressure Below The Actual Correct Amount. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 120, “Tire SeleCTIon And Rims And Motor Home/Recreation Vehicle Trailer Load Carrying Capacity Information For Motor Vehicles With A Gvwr Of More Than 4,536 Kilograms (10,000 Pounds).”


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 13V593000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 2004-2013 Peterbilt 379, 357, 378, 367, 388, 365, 389, 385 And 386 Trucks Manufactured From April 3, 2003, Through October 25, 2013 And Equipped With Tri-Drive Rear Axles And A Tag Or Pusher Axle. The Affected Vehicles May Be Missing Required Information From The Certification Label, Specifically The Tag Or Pusher Axle The Gross Axle Weight Rating, Suitable Tire And Rim Information, And Recommended Tire Pressure Information. Without This Information, The Vehicles Do Not Comply With The Requirements Of 49 C.F.R. Part 567, “Certification.”


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 11V127000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2008-2012 Kenworth T2000, T660, T700, T800, And W900, As Well As Model Year 2009-2012 Peterbilt 365, 367, 384, 386, 387, 388, 389, And 587 Trucks Equipped With Paccar Mx Engines. The Oil Module Centrifugal Spinner Filter Cap In The Paccar Mx Engine May Become Loose, Possibly Allowing The Cap To Come Off And Engine Oil To Partially Discharge From The Oil Module Onto Exhaust Components.


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 10V634000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2007-2008 Kenworth And Peterbilt Vehicles Manufactured From February 2, 2006 Through April 30, 2007. The Bearing Surfaces Of The Extended Lube Universal Joint That Attaches The Inter-Axle Driveline To The Drive Axle May Become Prematurely Worn Due To Breakdown Of Lubrication And/Or Excessive Heat. Prematurely Worn Bearing Surfaces May Result In The U-Joint Becoming Loose And/Or Binding. This Condition May Result In Universal Joint Failure, Allowing The Inter-Axle Driveline To Detach From The Axle.


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 08V104000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Is Recalling 318 My 2007-2009 Kenworth T800, W900, And Peterbilt 357, 365, 367, 378, 379, 384, 385, 386,388, And 389 Trucks Equipped With Premier Trailer Hitch Assemblies. The Pintle Hitch Assemblies May Have Been Manufactured In A Manner Resulting In A ReduCTIon Of Fatigue Strength Of The Pivot Pins.


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 07V132000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trucks, The Axle Housings May Have Been Manufactured With Steel That Was Out Of Specification Which Could Result In A Fatigue Failure Over Time.


Peterbilt 388 (2007) – 06V490000

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