Prevost H3 Recalls, Crash Danger

Report Receipt Date: FEB 15, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V055000 
Component(s): STEERING 
Potential Number of Units Affected: 6,120

Prevost is recalling certain model year 1993 thru 2013 model H3-40, H3-41, H3-45, and H3-45 VIP Prevost coaches manufactured from December 1993 through February 12, 2013. Under certain conditions, the drag link collar position combined with an over torque of the collar retaining bolt may create a contact with the pitman arm.
Prevost H3 models recalled for Risk of Crash
This contact may cause the turnbuckle to fracture without warning. If the drag link turnbuckle breaks while the vehicle is in use, stability and vehicle control may be lost, increasing the risk of a crash.
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