Scania Trucks range recalled over cab tilt hazard

Loose nut holding cab tilt cylinder presents fall risk

Scania Trucks range recalled over cab tilt hazard
It's a rare recall in Australia for Scania


Truck cabins from various Scania model ranges may not be properly secured when tilted, prompting a recall.

In some vehicles, the nut holding the cab tilt cylinder has not been tightened, the recall notice warns.

Because of this, the cab may fall forwards when it's tilted.

"There is potential for a crushing hazard if the cab falls forwards while a person is near or underneath the vehicle.

"This may result in serious injury or death."

The recall impacts the following models, sold between 2019-21:

  • G 410, G 450, G 500, G 540
  • P 280, P 320, P 360, P 370, P 380, P 410, P 450, R 500
  • R 520, R 540, R 580, R 620, R 650, R 730
  • S620

Scania Australia will contact all affected owners.

Other commercial vehicle recalls are available here

Owners are advised to contact their Scania dealer or branch as soon as possible to make an appointment to have the repairs carried out, free of charge.

More than 350 units are subject to the recall, with all affected VINs starting with YS2.

A full list is available here.


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