4200

Century 4200 – 82C022000

Vehicle recall defect – The Possibility Exists That The Plastic Upholstery Button Used To Attach The Upholstery To The Car Seat Frame Could Come Loose. Though Removal Of These Buttons Does Not Affect The Performance Or FunCTIon Of The Car Seat, A Child Could Place One Of Them In His/Her Mouth.


International 4200 (2002) – 02V260000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Medium And Heavy Duty Trucks Built With Driveline Parking Brake Codes 04Gar, The Parking Brake Assembly May Not Hold The Vehicle In Position When Set. Factors Contributing To This Possibility Are As Follows: (1) Cracked Or Broken Cams; (2) Loose Or Broken Anchor Bolts; (3) Initial Shoe Diameter Not Set Properly During Assembly, Which Can Lead To Progressive Component Damage; (4) Bent Adjuster Levers That Cannot FunCTIon; Or (5) Automatic Adjuster Cables That Are Disconnected.


International 4200 (2002) – 02V204000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain School Buses And Heavy Duty Trucks Built With International Vt365 Engines And Manufactured At International Diesel Of Alabama. The Injector Driver Modules (Idm) Built For The Vt365 Engines Could Have Missing Vibration DaMPIng/Retention Shells And A Missing Hot-Melt Process On The Dc/Dc Boards.


International 4200 (2002) – 02V095000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trucks, The Cotter Pin That Goes Through The Drag Link Ball StUD At The ConneCTIon To The Pitman Arm Is Missing. This Pin Prevents The Castle Nut From Loosening.


International 4200 (2002) – 02V094000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Trucks Equipped With Engine Starters (Code 08Wwn Or 08Wwp) Built By Leece-Neville. These Starters Have A DefeCTIve Terminal Adapter Stud. The StUD Is Used Only At The Positive Battery ConneCTIon To The Starter Solenoid. It Was Designed To Be Screwed On Over The Existing StUD To Increase The StUD Diameter To Accommodate The Larger Size Of The Positive Battery Cable Terminal. The Adapter StUD Was Weakened When The Hole Was Drilled Too Deep.


International 4200 (2001) – 03V317000

Vehicle recall defect – Certain Heavy Duty Trucks Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.” The Primary And Secondary Air Supply Hoses From The Foot Valve To The Primary And Secondary Air Tanks Were Improperly Routed At The Tank.


International 4200 (2001) – 03V062000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain School And Transit Buses Built With Bosch Zero Offset Pin Slide (Zops) Hydraulic Disc Brakes, The Zops Hydraulic Disc Brakes May Experience Calipers Sticking In The Applied Position, Which Can Result In Excessive Or Abnormal Heat Generation At One Or More Of The Brakes.


International 4200 (2000) – 03V062000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain School And Transit Buses Built With Bosch Zero Offset Pin Slide (Zops) Hydraulic Disc Brakes, The Zops Hydraulic Disc Brakes May Experience Calipers Sticking In The Applied Position, Which Can Result In Excessive Or Abnormal Heat Generation At One Or More Of The Brakes.


International 4200 (1999) – 03V062000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain School And Transit Buses Built With Bosch Zero Offset Pin Slide (Zops) Hydraulic Disc Brakes, The Zops Hydraulic Disc Brakes May Experience Calipers Sticking In The Applied Position, Which Can Result In Excessive Or Abnormal Heat Generation At One Or More Of The Brakes.


International 4200 (1998) – 03V062000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain School And Transit Buses Built With Bosch Zero Offset Pin Slide (Zops) Hydraulic Disc Brakes, The Zops Hydraulic Disc Brakes May Experience Calipers Sticking In The Applied Position, Which Can Result In Excessive Or Abnormal Heat Generation At One Or More Of The Brakes.