All. After chasing down a Cummins Campaign on my 2012 Aspire I noticed this Campaign impacting the ISX engine 2015-2018.
ISX15/X15 CM2350 X101/X114B Fuel Line Safety Campaign
This Safety Campaign is being issued to address certain ISX15 CM2350 X101 and X15 CM2350 X114 engines built with nylon fuel lines and built with banjo bolts containing an integrated single screen filter on the fuel pump. Certified repair locations are authorized to replace the nylon fuel supply line and banjo bolts with a new steel fuel supply line.
If the fuel pump cooling circuit screens become sufficiently restricted (e.g., due to an inordinate amount of debris from filtration material) and the engine is operated in an extended motoring condition, such as on a long down-hill grade, the engine may experience a burst low-pressure nylon fuel line. If this occurs, the fuel line will leak fuel and the engine will not run when the operator depresses the accelerator. This condition may result in a significant volume of fuel leaking onto the roadway, causing a slick road surface that may present a hazard to other motorists. This condition may also cause an engine stall without warning and without the ability to restart, presenting a risk of a crash.
This Safety Campaign provides coverage and repair instructions for certain engines built between 1 December 2015 and 24 July 2018
Heres the link to the Campaign
And here’s a link to the list of Campaigns
Hope this helps!