SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. – Daimler Vans USA, LLC is recalling certain 2012-2018 Freightliner and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 vans upfitted into campers or recreational vehicles due to a faulty electronic-stability control (ESC) module.

The affected population covers 48,667 vans which might suffer from a disabled ESC, according to National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Part 573 Safety Recall Report 21V-042.

If ESC becomes disabled (which would be due to a malfunctioning rear-wheel speed sensor), vehicle driving stability may be impacted under certain driving conditions, increasing the risk of a crash.

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Daimler Vans was scheduled to notify Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner dealers this week and is scheduled to begin notifying owners next week as to the recall. Customers will be notified a second time when parts to fix the problem become available.

Owners will be instructed to bring their vans to certified dealers which will replace the rear-wheel speed sensor with a more robust sensor, free of charge.

About Mercedes Benz

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA), headquartered in Atlanta, is responsible for the distribution, marketing and customer service for all Mercedes-Benz products in the United States. MBUSA offers drivers the most diverse lineup in the luxury segment with 15 model lines ranging from the sporty A-Class Sedan to the flagship S-Class and the Mercedes-AMG GT R. MBUSA is also responsible for Mercedes-Benz Vans in the U.S. More information on MBUSA and its products can be found at www.mbusa.com and www.mbsprinterusa.com.