Setra S407CC Recall, Setra S417 Recall, Setra S417TC Recall, Fire Danger

Vehicle Make / Model:   Model Year(s):
     SETRA S407 CC   2012-2013
     SETRA S417   2009
     SETRA S417TC   2011-2013
Manufacturer: SETRA OF NORTH AMERICAReport Receipt Date: NOV 23, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V547000NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Potential Number of Units Affected: 203
  Setra is recalling certain model year 2009-2013 S417, S417TC, and S407CC motorcoaches, manufactured from May 2009 through June 2012. An incorrect routing of the ground wire near the alternator may lead to the chaffing and abrasion of the wire.
  A damaged alternator ground wire could result in a short circuit and may lead to a vehicle fire.
Setra S417 Recalled for Wire Short Circuit Danger

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