Recall report: Tie rod recalls hit Navistar, Isuzu; Endera's Titan school buses' seat assemblies installed incorrectly

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Updated Jul 3, 2024
Safety Recalls

    The following safety recalls were issued Monday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA): 

    • Endera Motors is recalling certain 2021-2024 Titan school buses. The seat assembly may have been installed without reinforcing washers on the floor anchorage bolt. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with Federal Motor Safety Standard No. 222, "School Bus Passenger Seating and Crash Protection." NHTSA says 180 units are potentially affected by the recall. 
    • Spartan Fire is recalling certain 2017-2019 Gladiator and 2018-2019 Metro Star fire trucks. The service brake may take longer than expected to engage. As such, these vehicles may fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 121, "Air Brake Systems." NHTSA says 17 units are potentially affected. 
    • Entrans International is recalling certain Polar Tank ARJH trailers. The barrels of the tank may be welded improperly, which can result in a leak. NHTSA says 32 units are potentially affected. 
    • Lion Electric Company is recalling certain 2023-2024 LionC school buses. The controller area network (CAN) connector for the high voltage battery No. 4 was incorrectly installed, which can allow water to accumulate and cause a lost connection with the battery. NHTSA says 102 units are potentially affected. 
    • Navistar is recalling certain 2025 International HV, LT, MV and RH trucks. Tie rod assemblies may contain ball studs that may have been incorrectly heat treated, which can cause them to break and possibly result in tie rod failure. NHTSA says 116 units are potentially affected by the recall. The same recall affects certain 2025 IC Bus CE school buses. NHTSA says 3 units are potentially affected. 
    • Isuzu Motors Limited is recalling certain 2025 FTR vehicles. The tie rod assemblies may contain ball studs that have been incorrectly heat treated, which can cause them to break and possibly result in tie rod failure. NHTSA says 38 units are potentially affected. 
    • REV Ambulance Group Orlando Inc. (REVO) is recalling certain 2019-2024 Type I and Type IX emergency vehicles equipped with outriggers. The outrigger bolts may not be properly tightened, which can cause the module box to detach or cause failure of the outrigger. NHTSA says 152 units are potentially affected. 
    • Bigfoot Industries is recalling certain 2023-2024 Bigfoot B25RQ travel trailers. The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat. NHTSA says 67 units are potentially affected. 
    • Oshkosh Corporation is recalling certain Oshkosh Defense NGDV ICE vehicles. During supplier testing, the terminals in a wiring harness connector may have been deformed, possibly resulting in an insufficient electrical connection that can cause the air bags not to deploy as intended. NHTSA says 8 units are potentially affected. 
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