Transport Canada Recall - 2019380 - PREVOST
Please see corrective actions section below
2017 | PREVOST | X3-45 COACH, 2018 | PREVOST | H3-45 COACH, 2018 | PREVOST | X3-45 COACH, 2019 | PREVOST | H3-45 COACH, 2019 | PREVOST | X3-45 COACH, 2020 | PREVOST | H3-45 COACH, 2020 | PREVOST | X3-45 COACH
Under certain high-altitude and heavy load conditions, the engine could overheat. This could cause the engine to lose power or fail.
A loss of engine power or an engine failure could increase the risk of a crash. If the bus is disabled, the transfer of passengers to another bus in an uncontrolled environment could also create a risk of injury.
Prevost will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a Prevost or Volvo service center to update the engine software.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.