Prevost Entertainer Recall, Emergency Window Danger

Prevost Entertainer Recall, Emergency Window Danger 
Report Receipt Date: APR 19, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V150000 
Component(s): EQUIPMENT 

Manufacturer: Prevost
Prevost is recalling certain model year 2012-2013 X3-45 VIP, 2006-2013 H3-45 VIP, 2006-2011 XLII-45, and 2006-2013 XLII-45 Entertainer coach buses equipped with window part numbers: 790612, 790613, and 790614. These vehicles were manufactured November 15, 2005 through February 6, 2013. The affected buses may have decals that list an improper sequence of steps to exit the vehicle through the emergency exit.
In the event of a crash, the incorrect label may result in difficulty opening the emergency windows. This could increase the risk of personal injury.

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