E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2018-2020 Cyclone 2 and Typhoon ambulances. The lower shock mount bracket may cause the U-bolts to bind and break, possibly preventing the rear axle from remaining secured.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling one 2018 Typhoon emergency vehicle equipped with a Hale SmartFoam 6.5 foam pump system with a 12 volt power supply. The foam pump system can overheat and fail, causing fire fighting foam chemical to be unavailable to fight a fire.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2014-2019 Cyclone II, 2013-2014 and 2016-2019 Typhoon, 2015-2017 Quest fire trucks. The front shocks may separate from their upper mount on the front suspension. The loose shock may contact and damage the steering gear housing, possibly causing a steering fluid leak and a loss of power steering assist.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2019 Typhoon and Cyclone II fire trucks. Due to improper manufacturing, the cushion of the Inflatable Head Cushion (IHC) and Knee Air Bag (KAB) may detach during a deployment event and not inflate.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2016-2018 E-One Cyclone II and Typhoon aerial devices. The torque rod tower may crack causing failure of the tower, possibly affecting vehicle handling.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2017 E-One Classic Fire emergency vehicles equipped with Kubota Diesel Powered Portable Pumps, part number 200779, revisions A through C, supplied by Hale Products. These pumps may be improperly wired, causing the Oil Pressure and Temperature warning lamps to not illuminate when needed.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2012-2015 E-One Cyclone II, Cyclone III and Typhoon emergency vehicles. High current load in the HVAC system can cause one of the relays to melt.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2017-2019 Cyclone II, Typhoon and Quest II emergency vehicles, equipped with Whelen accessory brake lights. Depending on the specific wiring of the vehicle, these brake lights may illuminate when the brake pedal has not been pressed. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 108, "Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment."
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2016-2017 E-One Cyclone II SP-10 emergency vehicles equipped with a 100 foot steel rear mount platform aerial device. Over time, movement of the bucket on the aerial ladder may cause stress fractures in the ladder tubing, compromising the integrity of the aerial device.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2008-2015 E-One Typhoon, Cyclone II, and Quest II vehicles, equipped with Timoney Independent Front Suspensions. Inconsistent machining may result in fatigue cracks developing over time in the front axle spindles, causing failure of the spindle and the possible separation of a front wheel from the vehicle.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2001-2002 E-One X-036 and X-113 emergency vehicles. The flat end caps on the fire pump manifold may fatigue over time and fail, allowing water to suddenly discharge or reducing the water pressure available for fighting fires.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2005-2010 E-One Typhoon, Cyclone II, X-036, Cyclone III, SPGL, SPBE, FLM2, F550, I440, and I740 emergency vehicles, equipped with an IOTA 50 Amp transfer switch. Electrical connections at the transfer switch may loosen and cause excessive heat.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2013-2017 Cyclone II, Typhoon, and Quest II emergency vehicles equipped with a Cummins ISL, L9, ISX15, or X15 engine. The affected engines do not have a diode in the starter solenoid circuit to improve the longevity of the lock-out relay, resulting in accumulated damage over time.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2013-2017 E-One Cyclone II, Quest, Typhoon, 2016 Freightliner M2 112, 2013-2015 International 7400, 2014-2017 International 4400, Freightliner M2 106, 2016-2017 Kenworth T370, and 2015 Kenworth T800 vehicles equipped with Hale pressure relief valves in the water pumps used for fire fighting. Rings securing the valves may corrode over time after exposure to water, causing the ring to fail and the pressure relief valve to open, reducing the water pressure available for fire fighting.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2016-2017 Quest, Cyclone II, and Typhoon emergency vehicles. The power steering assist cylinder may not have been properly tightened to the steering arm.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2015 Cyclone II and Quest II emergency vehicles, equipped with certain Spicer D-Series and E-Series steer axles. The castellated nut on the steer axles may not be properly torqued, allowing the tie rod to loosen.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain 2013-2016 Typhoon and Cyclone II and 2014-2016 Quest emergency vehicles. The ball joints on the independent front suspension (IFS) modules can loosen and separate, leading to a partial loss of steering.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2010-2016 tandem axle Cyclone vehicles manufactured July 15, 2010, to June 12, 2016. The affected vehicles are equipped with FIREMAAX suspension and aerial jack legs. While the vehicle is parked with the jack legs extended, the FIREMAAX suspension air bags may lose pressure. When the jack legs are retracted, the air bags may be wrinkled, resulting in damage and the possible failure of the pressurized suspension air bags.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2012-2016 E-One Pumpers manufactured January 1, 2012, to June 23, 2016 and built on a Ford F-550 chassis modified to be equipped with driveline-driven ("split-shaft") pumps. The bearings and drive shafts of the pumps may loosen due to high vibration levels, such as those created when the vehicle is driven above 65 MPH.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2015-2016 Cyclone II vehicles manufactured July 31, 2015, to June 12, 2016, 2015-2016 Typhoon vehicles manufactured September 21, 2015, to July 27, 2016, 2015 Freightliner M2 vehicles manufactured November 3, 2015, and 2015 International 7400 vehicles manufactured November 3, 2015. The affected vehicles may be equipped with certain C20 and C21 split-shaft transmissions from Waterous. This transmission sends power to the wheels of an emergency response vehicle or powers an add-on unit such as a water pump used for fighting fires. A component within the shift unit may be damaged and as a result, the operator may not be able to switch the power output.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling one model year 2015 Typhoon emergency vehicle manufactured March 16, 2015, to October 30, 2015, equipped with a Class 1 Ultraview Touchscreen manufactured by Hale Products. The touchscreen may experience false switch activations that can happen without the operator's knowledge causing accessories to turn on or off.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2015-2016 Cyclone II, Quest II and Typhoon emergency vehicles manufactured May 1,2015, to March 31, 2016, equipped with pumps to provide pressurized water to aid in fighting fires. These pumps have 6" intake strainers that may have been improperly soldered during production and, as a result, the strainers may come apart during use, allowing parts of the strainer and debris to enter the pump, possibly damaging the pump.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2014-2015 Typhoon, Cyclone II, and Quest emergency vehicles manufactured October 28, 2014, to August 29, 2015. The affected vehicles may have left the production facility with a harness for the front air bag system disconnected.
E-One Incorporated (E-One) is recalling certain model year 2013-2016 E-One Pumpers, Tankers, and Rescue vehicles manufactured using International truck chassis from May 5, 2012, to May 16, 2015. The vehicles are equipped with a manual master body power disconnect switch that activates various side and rear lights as well as the sirens. However, the switch was not linked to the vehicle start circuit, such that an operator may operate the vehicle without the requisite lighting.