Investigation and potential class action against the Detroit Deisel Company for its manufacture of the Detroit Diesel Series 60 engine.
Some complaints exist that there exists a serious safety defect in vehicles equipped with Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines that were manufactured before 2003, which involves the potential for the leakage of diesel fuel.
Examples of such vehicles are Freightliner Century Class tractor-trailer rigs and similar vehicles manufactured by Kenworth, Western Star, and Volvo.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Detroit Deisel Company
Detroit Diesel, a subsidiary of Daimler, is a leading manufacturer of on-highway medium and heavy-duty diesel engines for the commercial truck market.
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