Goshen Coach is recalling several of its units for voltage spikes in the circuit boards.

Goshen Coach is recalling certain model year 2009 and 2010 GC II, Pacer II, Sentinel, G-Force, and Wolverine buses manufactured from August 3, 2009, through May 24, 2010, equipped with A&M Systems door headers containing model 3230 circuit boards. Voltage spikes may damage electrical components and electrical circuits, causing the circuit board to develop high resistance.
High resistance may cause the board to overheat, increasing the risk of a fire.

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