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HORTON AMBULANCE Vehicle Safety Recalls

1997 HORTON AMBULANCE
NHTSA* Vehicle Safety Recall Number: 04V101000 Date: 20-Feb-2004

Build Dates: 19-Jul-1997 through 20-Nov-2000

Manufacturer Filing Report: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Manufacturer Responsible for the Recall: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Number of units affected: 14

Component affected: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR

Defect Summary: ON CERTAIN AMBULANCES THE ALTERNATOR CASE BOLTS COME LOOSE AND BACK OUT INTO THE FAN.

Possible consequences resulting from defect: FAN PIECES DISENGAGE AT HIGH RPM AND COULD CAUSE INJURY AND/OR DISABLE THE VEHICLE WHICH COULD RESULT IN A CRASH.

Corrective Action: REMEDY OPTIONS ARE BEING EXPLORED. EXACT REMEDY AND TIME LINE TO BE DETERMINED.



1998 HORTON AMBULANCE
NHTSA* Vehicle Safety Recall Number: 04V101000 Date: 20-Feb-2004

Build Dates: 19-Jul-1997 through 20-Nov-2000

Manufacturer Filing Report: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Manufacturer Responsible for the Recall: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Number of units affected: 14

Component affected: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR

Defect Summary: ON CERTAIN AMBULANCES THE ALTERNATOR CASE BOLTS COME LOOSE AND BACK OUT INTO THE FAN.

Possible consequences resulting from defect: FAN PIECES DISENGAGE AT HIGH RPM AND COULD CAUSE INJURY AND/OR DISABLE THE VEHICLE WHICH COULD RESULT IN A CRASH.

Corrective Action: REMEDY OPTIONS ARE BEING EXPLORED. EXACT REMEDY AND TIME LINE TO BE DETERMINED.



1999 HORTON AMBULANCE
NHTSA* Vehicle Safety Recall Number: 04V101000 Date: 20-Feb-2004

Build Dates: 19-Jul-1997 through 20-Nov-2000

Manufacturer Filing Report: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Manufacturer Responsible for the Recall: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Number of units affected: 14

Component affected: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR

Defect Summary: ON CERTAIN AMBULANCES THE ALTERNATOR CASE BOLTS COME LOOSE AND BACK OUT INTO THE FAN.

Possible consequences resulting from defect: FAN PIECES DISENGAGE AT HIGH RPM AND COULD CAUSE INJURY AND/OR DISABLE THE VEHICLE WHICH COULD RESULT IN A CRASH.

Corrective Action: REMEDY OPTIONS ARE BEING EXPLORED. EXACT REMEDY AND TIME LINE TO BE DETERMINED.



2000 HORTON AMBULANCE
NHTSA* Vehicle Safety Recall Number: 04V101000 Date: 20-Feb-2004

Build Dates: 19-Jul-1997 through 20-Nov-2000

Manufacturer Filing Report: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Manufacturer Responsible for the Recall: HORTON EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Number of units affected: 14

Component affected: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR

Defect Summary: ON CERTAIN AMBULANCES THE ALTERNATOR CASE BOLTS COME LOOSE AND BACK OUT INTO THE FAN.

Possible consequences resulting from defect: FAN PIECES DISENGAGE AT HIGH RPM AND COULD CAUSE INJURY AND/OR DISABLE THE VEHICLE WHICH COULD RESULT IN A CRASH.

Corrective Action: REMEDY OPTIONS ARE BEING EXPLORED. EXACT REMEDY AND TIME LINE TO BE DETERMINED.





* NHTSA is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: NHTSA.gov

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