More than 400 Mack Trucks sold in Australia will be required back at a dealership to have a potentially serious brake system fault rectified.
The recall affects Mack Metroliner, Granite, Trident, Titan and Superliner trucks and is being overseen by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
All of the affected vehicles, 463 in total, were sold locally between the 24th of April 2016 and the 9th of March 2017.
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The recall notice advises that the front brake mounting hardware may have been under torqued and the incorrect torque tool used during manufacture.
What are the hazards?
The mounting hardware could become loose, reducing braking ability and posing an accident risk to the driver and other road users.
What should affected owners do?
Affected owners should contact their nearest authorised Volvo Group Australia Dealership to arrange an inspection and repair of the vehicle.
The recall comes a year after nearly 7000 Mack Trucks were recalled in Australia over a separate brake system fault.
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