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Recalls - 2010 SPARTAN TDA

What is a recall? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, generally in cooperation with the vehicle manufacturer, issues recalls when a motor vehicle or item of motor vehicle equipment (including tires) does not comply with a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard or when there is a safety-related defect in the vehicle or equipment. Work dictated by a recall is generally completed at no charge to the vehicle owner, regardless of whether you are the first owner or a subsequent owner. Please contact your service facilities for additional details and to confirm that this recall is relevant to your particular vehicle.

Component Description

EQUIPMENT

Recall Number

13V353000

Manufacturer Recall Number

Not Available (Please See Notes)

Number of Vehicles Affected

Not Available (Please See Notes)

Manufactured From

Not Available (Please See Notes)

Manufactured To

Not Available (Please See Notes)

Defect Description

Spartan ERV (Spartan) is recalling certain model year 2005-2009 RMA 75 and RMP 100; model year 2004-2009 RMA 103 and model year 2004-2010 TDA aerial fire vehicles. These vehicles are equipped with rotation interlock magnets that are attached by an adhesive. The adhesive degrades over time causing the magnets to detach.

Defect Consequence

Without properly positioned rotation interlock magnets, the aerial position cannot be properly tracked and if the outriggers are not fully deployed, the vehicle may become unstable, allowing it to roll over, causing personal injury.

Defect Corrective Action

Spartan has notified owners, and the rotation interlock magnets will be secured using mechanical fasteners, free of charge. Owners may contact Spartan ERV at 1-800-867-6478, Option 2.

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.


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