New recalls from Ford, Ram, Mercedes-Benz, and more. - Photo: Ford/Ram/ Mercedes-Benz/Work Truck

New recalls from Ford, Ram, Mercedes-Benz, and more.

Photo: Ford/Ram/ Mercedes-Benz/Work Truck

We have all the latest work truck recalls from December in one place.

If you have any Ford, Altec, Xos, Mack Trucks, or Chrysler vehicles in your fleet, check out their latest recalls.

Xos Recalls

  • Vehicles: 2021-2022 SV05.
  • Potential Units Affected: 97.
  • Component: Electronic parking break.
  • Breakdown: The electronic parking brake may malfunction or fail to engage without warning to the driver.
  • Solution: Replace the electronic parking brake controller system.

General Motors Incorporated Recalls

  • Vehicles: 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV.
  • Potential Units Affected: 115.
  • Component: Seat belt.
  • Breakdown: The left or right front seat belt buckle attachment bolts may not be tightened properly.
  • Solution: Tighten the left and right front seat belt buckle attachment bolts.

Chrysler Recalls

  • Vehicles:
    • 2023 Ram 1500 Classic, Ram 3500 Classic, 3500 Cab Chassis.
    • 2023-2024 Ram 2500, 4500/5500 Cab Chassis, and Ram 3500.
  • Potential Units Affected: 185,251.
  • Component: Turn signal and high beam.
  • Breakdown: The steering column control module may cause the high beams to activate when the turn signal is used or activate the turn signal when the high beams are used. In addition, the turn signal self-canceling feature may not function properly.
  • Solution: Inspect and, if necessary, replace the steering column control module.

Ford Recalls

  • Vehicles: 2022-2023 F-150 Lightning.
  • Potential Units Affected: 5,118.
  • Component: Electronic stability control.
  • Breakdown: The SYNC software may fail to activate the electronic stability control system at the beginning of each ignition cycle.
  • Solution: The Accessory Protocol Interface Module software will be updated by a dealer or through an over-the-air update.
  • Vehicles: 2022 F-150 vehicles.
  • Potential Units Affected: 18,527.
  • Component: Parking lights.
  • Breakdown: The parking lights may flicker when the headlights are activated.
  • Solution: Update the LED driver module software.
  • Vehicles: 2022-2024 Maverick.
  • Potential Units Affected: 189,814.
  • Component: Exterior lightning.
  • Breakdown: If one of the rear turn signals stops working, the vehicle will not adjust the turn signal flash rate frequency to warn the driver that a turn signal is not working correctly.
  • Solution: Update the body control module software.

Daimler Recalls

  • Vehicles:
  • Potential Units Affected: 131.
  • Component: Windows and interior lashing rail cargo.
  • Breakdown: The topcoat paint formula may cause the windows and interior lashing rails to be insufficiently bonded to the vehicle.
  • Solution: Inspect the paint adhesion and repair it as necessary.

Altec Recalls

  • Vehicles: 2021-2023 CB5-132D-S vehicles equipped with a Bobcat 260 welder installed on a track system.
  • Component: Welder.
  • Potential Units Affected: 43.
  • Breakdown: The welder may be misaligned, preventing the mounting fasteners from properly tightening.
  • Solution: Align the welder and tighten the fasteners

Mack Recalls

  • Vehicles: 2023-2024 GR, AN, LR, and Terrapro.
  • Potential Units Affected: 851.
  • Component: Vehicle speed control.
  • Breakdown: The engine may not return to idle within 2 seconds if the accelerator pedal position sensor becomes disconnected.
  • Solution: Replace throttle pedal and update software.
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