The following Brands have been posted as Recalls on May 15, 2017 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
• Jayco Inc. (Jayco) is recalling 13,049 2017 Jay Flight Bungalow, Hummingbird, White Hawk, Jay Flight SLX, Jay Feather 7, Jay Feather and Jay Flight fifth-wheel recreational trailers. The LED ceiling lights may produce excessive heat. For additional information click here.
• Thor Motor Coach is recalling 186 2016-2017 Venetian and Tuscany motorhomes equipped with Cummins ISL engines. These vehicles, built on a Freightliner chassis, have a power steering hose that may be routed incorrectly, and, as a result, the hose may rub against the power stud on the starter motor, possibly causing electrical arcing and a power steering fluid leak. For additional information click here.
• Prevost Cars Inc. is recalling certain 2016-2017 H3-45 motor coaches. The affected vehicles have wiper arms that can crack where they mount to the wiper motor causing the wiper arms to bend or detach from the vehicle. For additional information click here.
• Forest River Inc. is recalling 73 2017-2018 Salem, Wildwood, XLR, Sanibel, Wildcat, Vengeance, Chaparral Lite and Columbus recreational trailers. The Federal Placard may inaccurately list the tire and rim combinations that are installed on the trailers. Additionally, the Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) and the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) information may be incorrect. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 110, “Tire Selection and Rims,” and 49 CFR part 567, “Certification.” For additional information click here.
• Keystone RV Co. is recalling 29 2017 CrossRoads Volante trailers, model 310BH. The rear upper bunk may not be properly supported. For additional information click here.
• Thor Motor Coach is recalling four 2015 Tuscany motorhomes built on a Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation (FCCC) XCM, XCR, or XCL motorhome chassis manufactured by Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA). In these vehicles with a heavier, adjustable, straight foot pedal, the brake activation signal to certain towed devices may not deactivate when the motorhome service brakes are released. For additional information click here.