Over 7,600 Mack trucks recalled

Different issue triggers second recall of Mack trucks in Australia in less than a week


A recall has been issued for 7,668 Metro-Liner, Trident, Titan, Granite and Super-Liner Mack trucks in Australia.

The notice affects trucks sold beween December 31, 2006 and October 17, 2016.

A notice on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) website states: "The driver is not alerted to low air pressure in the braking system because the air system warning is set too low."

"This may result in reduced braking, posing an accident risk to the driver and other road users."

Owners are advised to contact an authorised Volvo Group Australia dealership to arrange an inspection and repair of the vehicle.

The full list of affected vehicles can be found here.

This is a second recall affecting Mack trucks in less than a week, with up to 463 trucks recalled for a different issue late last week.

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