Recall 14V501000

Propane Fueled Commercial Van Leaks Fuel

Recall Details

Propane powered commercial vans modified by Adrian Steel Company may develop a propane fuel leak where the fuel line meets the fuel supply valve. Dealers will replace the aluminum fuel line fittings with stainless steel fittings free of charge to correct the problem.

Our Quick Take

Commercial cargo vans converted to a propane fuel system may leak propane from a fuel line. Vehicles affected are converted by Adrian Steel Company.

What Should You Do?

Adrian Steel notified owners of affected vehicles beginning in July 2014. You can check with your dealer to assist in seeing if your vehicle is involved in this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.

Engine, August 06, 2014

Original Recall from the NHTSA

Manufacturer's Report Date
August 06, 2014
NHTSA Action Number
Potential Number of Units Affected
Adrian Steel Company (Adrian) is recalling certain model year 2012 Ford E-150, E-250 and E-350 Commercial Cargo Vans modified by Adrian between September 21, 2012, to September 24, 2012. The affected vehicles are equipped with certain propane fuel system conversion kits with an aluminum fuel line fitting manufactured by Roush CleanTech. Due to a reaction between the different metals, the affected kits may develop a propane leak where the aluminum fuel line fitting contacts the brass supply valve housing.
A propane leak in the presence of an ignition source increases the risk of a fire.
Adrian will notify owners, and dealers will replace the aluminum fuel line fittings with stainless steel fittings, free of charge. The recall began during July 2014. Owners may contact Adrian customer service at 1-800-677-2726.
Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to
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