Defect Investigations of International CE

There have been 3 defect investigations conducted for the following International CE model year vehicles.

1 Diesel engine defect investigations of International CE vehicles
This investigation was opened on Apr. 16, 2012. It was closed on Oct. 2, 2012. This investigation resulted in a vehicle safety recall.
On April 16, 2012 the office of defects investigation (odi) opened this preliminary evaluation (pe12-011) to assess the risks associated with rupture of the high pressure oil line to the fuel injectors causing an engine stall in model year (my) 2008 International ce school buses equipped with
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 2008 International CE.
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2 Steering hydraulic power assist hose, piping, and connections defect investigations of International CE vehicles
This investigation was opened on Jul. 24, 2007. It was closed on Dec. 4, 2007. On August 18, 2004, International truck and engine corporation notified the office of defect investigations (odi) of several defect conditions that could potentially result in engine compartment fires in approximately 290 model year (my) 2005 rear engine school buses (resb) built from March 3, 2004
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 2005 International CE, the 2006 International CE.
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3 Steering power assist pump defect investigations of International CE vehicles
This investigation was opened on Feb. 18, 2004. It was closed on Jun. 4, 2004. This investigation resulted in a vehicle safety recall.
This investigation was opened based on a report from a virginia school bus fleet. The fleet reported that one of their drivers alleged that she could not steer the bus. ¿an inspection of the bus revealed that the power steering pump had detached from the engine.
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 2004 International 1652SC, the 2004 International 3800, the 2004 International 4700SFC, the 2004 International CE, the 2004 International RE.
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