9200i

International 9200I (2003) – 02V309000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Heavy Duty Trucks, The Bolts And Locking Nuts Used To Hold The Brake Spiders Or Brake Anchor Plates Tight To The Axles Were Under-Torqued On The Right Side Of The Vehicles. If The Clamp Load On The Bolts Is Not Sufficient, The Anchor Plate May Move When The Brake Is Applied In Either The Forward Or Reverse DireCTIon.


International 9200I (2005) – 09V386000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2008 Heavy Trucks Manufactured Between April 1, 2003 And December 21, 2007, Equipped With Caterpillar C15 Engines. The Variable Valve Actuation (Vva) Oil Line May Wear Against The P-Clips Retaining The Oil Line, Causing An Oil Leak.


International 9200I (2005) – 05V448000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Heavy Duty Truck/Tractors Equipped With Sears Atlas Series 35, 70, Or 80 Driver’S Seats, When The Seats Are In Their Lowest, Most Rearward Adjusted Position, They May Chafe The Seat Belt Tether That Connects From The Seat To The Back Of The Cab.


International 9200I (2002) – 04V100000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Conventional Trucks Equipped With Pro-Sleeper Berths, Water Intrusion Can Be Found In The Bunk Control Panel Area And Pool In The Tops Of The Dome Light, Tv/Vcr, And Or Refrigerator Power Switches.


International 9200I (2005) – 05V296000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain 4X2 And 6X4 Heavy Duty Trucks, The Positive Battery Cable Between The Batteries And The Starter May Rub Against An Electrical Ground Cable Between The Starter And Frame Rail.


International 9200I (2002) – 03V220000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Heavy Duty Trucks Equipped With Jost International Jsk 37U Series Fifth Wheels, A Fatigue Crack Can Develop In The Bracket Pin Weld Under Certain Loading Conditions.


International 9200I (2004) – 09V386000

Vehicle recall defect – Navistar Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2003 Through 2008 Heavy Trucks Manufactured Between April 1, 2003 And December 21, 2007, Equipped With Caterpillar C15 Engines. The Variable Valve Actuation (Vva) Oil Line May Wear Against The P-Clips Retaining The Oil Line, Causing An Oil Leak.


International 9200I (1995) – 04V100000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Conventional Trucks Equipped With Pro-Sleeper Berths, Water Intrusion Can Be Found In The Bunk Control Panel Area And Pool In The Tops Of The Dome Light, Tv/Vcr, And Or Refrigerator Power Switches.


International 9200I (2004) – 05V296000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain 4X2 And 6X4 Heavy Duty Trucks, The Positive Battery Cable Between The Batteries And The Starter May Rub Against An Electrical Ground Cable Between The Starter And Frame Rail.