Motor Coach Industries is recalling its 2013-2015 MCI J4500 motorcoaches for a front brake hose that may rub on tire.

Motor Coach Industries (MCI) is recalling certain model year 2013-2015 MCI J4500 motorcoaches manufactured December 23, 2013, to December 19, 2014 and equipped with ZF axles and independent front suspension. The routing and clamping of the steering axle brake hose to the steering axle brake chamber may allow the brake hose to rub the front tire.
The rubbing may wear a hole into the brake hose resulting in a loss of air pressure in the front brake chamber, reducing brake performance and increasing the risk of a crash.
MCI will notify owners. The remedy for this recall is still under development. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact MCI customer service at 1-800-241-2947.

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