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Volvo Acl (1997) – 00V232003

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Trucks Built With Bendix Air Abs With An Ec-17 1030R Electronic Control Unit (Ecu), There Have Been Reports Of Unwanted Abs Activation At Low Speeds Caused By 1) Chafed Abs Wheel Speed Sensor Wires On Rotating Parts Or 2) A Damaged Component At The Wheel End That Generates A Certain Type Of Erratic Sensor Signal.


Volvo Acl (1990) – 00V019001

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Class 8 Trucks Equipped With Fontaine Fifth Wheel Assemblies, Models Sl5Wms6125, Sl5Wms7125, Sl5Wms8125, Sl5Wms9125, Sl5Wms10125, Sl5Apm6125, Sl5Apm7125, Slapm8125, Sl5Apm9125, Sl5Apm10125, Sl5Wms-D, Sl5Apm-D, And Sl5Bps-D. Improper Installation Of The Fifth Wheel Assembly Can Cause Cracking Of The Fifth Wheel Mounting Plate.


Volvo Acl (1997) – 00V002002

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Trucks Equipped With Haldex Manifold Dash Valves (Mdv) Used In Tractor And Trailer Parking Brakes. These Valves Do Not Meet The Requirements Of Fmvss No. 121, “Air Brake Systems.” A Loss Of The Isolation Of The Two Brake System Circuits Can Result In The Loss Of Service Brakes When There Is Another Failure Of One Of The Two Brake Circuits.


Volvo Acl (1989) – 00V019001

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Class 8 Trucks Equipped With Fontaine Fifth Wheel Assemblies, Models Sl5Wms6125, Sl5Wms7125, Sl5Wms8125, Sl5Wms9125, Sl5Wms10125, Sl5Apm6125, Sl5Apm7125, Slapm8125, Sl5Apm9125, Sl5Apm10125, Sl5Wms-D, Sl5Apm-D, And Sl5Bps-D. Improper Installation Of The Fifth Wheel Assembly Can Cause Cracking Of The Fifth Wheel Mounting Plate.


Volvo Acl (1996) – 98V255000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Class 8 Heavy Duty Trucks. The Air Suspension Control Valve Supply Line Was Not Plumbed Through An Air Pressure ProteCTIon Valve. In The Event Of A Failure, There Would Be Loss Of Air Pressure In The ‘B’ System Air Reservoir That Supplies Air Pressure For The Front Steer Axle Brakes.


Volvo Acl (1988) – 00V019001

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Class 8 Trucks Equipped With Fontaine Fifth Wheel Assemblies, Models Sl5Wms6125, Sl5Wms7125, Sl5Wms8125, Sl5Wms9125, Sl5Wms10125, Sl5Apm6125, Sl5Apm7125, Slapm8125, Sl5Apm9125, Sl5Apm10125, Sl5Wms-D, Sl5Apm-D, And Sl5Bps-D. Improper Installation Of The Fifth Wheel Assembly Can Cause Cracking Of The Fifth Wheel Mounting Plate.


Volvo Acl (1996) – 96V095000

Vehicle recall defect – The TrAction Solenoid Exhaust Can Be Obstructed Due To Inadequate Drainage And A Build-Up Of Road Contamination Between The Mounting Bracket And The Solenoid Housing. The Obstructed Exhaust Prevents The Relay Valve Control Air Pressure From Venting After A Differential Braking TrAction Event.


Volvo Acl (1996) – 96V038000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Heavy Duty Class 8 Vehicles Built With A Volvo 5.7 (12,500 Lbs) Front Steering Axle. Due To Hydrogen Embrittlement, The Front Steering Axle King Pins Could Have Broken During Assembly. Continued Operation Of A Vehicle With A Broken King Pin Could Allow The Pin To Work Loose.


Volvo Acl (1995) – 98V255000

Vehicle recall defect – Vehicle Description: Class 8 Heavy Duty Trucks. The Air Suspension Control Valve Supply Line Was Not Plumbed Through An Air Pressure ProteCTIon Valve. In The Event Of A Failure, There Would Be Loss Of Air Pressure In The ‘B’ System Air Reservoir That Supplies Air Pressure For The Front Steer Axle Brakes.


Volvo Acl (1995) – 96V157000

Vehicle recall defect – The Rear Most Axle Of The Tandem Axle Set Could Have Inoperable Brakes On One Or Both Wheels Because The Brake S-Cam Was Incorrectly Installed.