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Old 12-05-2016, 08:15 PM   #1
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Autopark Recall

Do not get excited there is no recall nor has there ever been a recall. If you read a lot of forums or subscribe to the FMCA magazine you will wee a whole bunch of recalls. Sometimes they are serious but often it is about a bolt that may be too short allowing something to fall off. No big deal. Why in all the years that GM and Workhorse produced the AutoPark system was there never a recall? I am not talking about some voluntary recall. The NHTSA should have initiated one. A large vehicle having the brake come on while on a busy highway is definitely a safety item. Or a MH having the park brake quit and it rolls into the street. My rant for the day!
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Old 12-06-2016, 08:09 AM   #2
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Dito. Seems this $300 fix would solve this; My only reservation to a DIY installation is the liability you would have if the RV was sold with this 'non-approved' fix.
Okay ... I SOLVED THE AUTO PARK BRAKE PROBLEM!
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