MAN recalls vehicles with Euro 6c engines due to oil-related engine damage


By Bradley Osborne - 5th July 2024

GermanyTraton subsidiary MAN Truck & Bus SE has advised customers driving certain trucks and buses with Euro 6c engines to have their vehicles checked at an authorised workshop following several outbreaks of fire due to engine damage.

The recall concerns MAN’s Euro 6c engine types ‘D2676LF51-53’ and ‘D2676LOH35-37’ built between November 2016 and August 2019. These engine models were fitted with lead-free bearings which are susceptible to oil contamination and aging; excessive deterioration has led to engine damage and – “in very rare cases”, according to MAN – outbreaks of fire.

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