Over 600 Mack trucks recalled

Recall affects Mack Trident, Super-Liner and Titan models


A recall has been issued of 617 Mack trucks manufactured between August 10, 2015 and September 16, 2016.

The recall affects Mack Trident, Super-Liner and Titan models.

"The cab power and ground cable terminals (eyelets) may crack and eventually fail where the terminal attaches to the cab pass through plate," the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) notice states.

As a result, the vehicles can possibly lose power and thus become immobile, posing a potential safety risk for the occupants or other road users.

Volvo Group Australia to contact affected owners by direct mail.

Owners are advised to call their closest authorised Volvo Australia repair dealer to book an inspection as soon as possible.

The full list of vehicle identification numbers affected by this recall can be found here.

Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated that the recall affects Volvo trucks. This recall affects Mack trucks, not Volvo.

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