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Morgan Olson Recalls Sprinter 2500 Vans

December 10, 2014

Photo of Sprinter vans courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.
Photo of Sprinter vans courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.

Morgan Olson Corp., a Michigan-based manufacturer of walk-in van bodies, is recalling 100 2014 model-year Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 vehicles because they may not comply with all federal safety standards, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports.

An aluminum document holder, installed in the cab side of the load area partition, has the potential to strike an unbelted occupant during a crash, NHTSA said.

The walk-in van bodies involved in the recall were manufactured from May 30 to Aug. 1 of this year. 

Morgan Olson dealers will relocate the document holder, free of charge, to eliminate the safety hazard. The recall is expected to begin this month.

Van owners can reach Morgan Olson customer service at (800) 262-3437.

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