Multiple news agencies have indicated that a recall that was issued during 2012 is finally coming to an end now that the automaker has announced a remedy for the issue.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Navistar is recalling all units of the 2012 and 2013 International brand ProStar and TranStar and will be having the vehicles’ S-Cam tube bracket assemblies replaced in order to prevent a potential accident.
The firm has stated that this recall was necessary after the company learned that the brake S-Cam tube bracket assemblies on the steer axles could eventually break unexpectedly while the vehicle was in use.
The new parts for the affected vehicles will be available in August.
Click here for the NHTSA’s recall report.