Decade of Dennis Eagles in ABS connector recall


Possible brake performance loss can increase safety risk

Decade of Dennis Eagles in ABS connector recall
Image accompanying the recall notice

 

Penske Australia is recalling nearly 1,000 Dennis Eagle Elite 2 trucks as the ABS connectors to the rear brake valves may have been incorrectly fitted.

The defect will lead to a reduction in brake performance.

"A reduction in braking performance could increase the risk of an accident and injury or death to vehicle occupants or other road users," the recall notice reads.


Other recall notices can be viewed here


The recall affects 967 model-year 2009-19 units, with all variants within the Elite 2 model range included.

Owners should contact their nearest authorised dealer to arrange to have vehicle(s) repairs completed at no charge, referring to campaign number CP244.

A list of VINs is available here.

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