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Old 08-07-2017, 11:26 PM   #1
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Yet another newbie needing help with recall info

I have scanned posts here on irv2 as well as the rest of the web until I am blue in the face. Nowhere have I found the information that I need. Given VIN 5B4MP67G533359520 under a 2003 Fleetwood Southwind, where can I obtain a listing of ALL recalls that have yet to be done on it? And, where near Denver, CO, can I get them done, Transwest reportedly having a company policy preventing them from working on something this old?
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Looks like all your recalls have been completed

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Well this is good news.

Welcome to the Forum. Keep us posted on how your Southwind is doing. This is a great community and can help you with most anything that can go wrong with your rig.
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How to make a signature for your RV so we can serve you better.

1 .Click "User CP" on left side of the screen in about the middle.
2. Click "Edit Signature" on left side 7 bars down under Your Control Panel.
3. Fill out your signature information.
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How to make a signature for your RV so we can serve you better.

1 .Click "User CP" on left side of the screen in about the middle.
2. Click "Edit Signature" on left side 7 bars down under Your Control Panel.
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You should have those instructions in a word doc so you can copy and paste them whenever needed.
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Thanks

Thanks to all for the information. Still need to find a reliable shop in the Denver area.
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You should have those instructions in a word doc so you can copy and paste them whenever needed.

I do. Have instructions for the three different RV forums I'm on.

It sure helps when people put their RV information in the post requesting help so we don't have to play the game 20 questions to figure out what they are asking about.
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One that only Workhorse dealers and representatives have access to. It's the warranty database and parts catalog.
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Thanks to all for the information. Still need to find a reliable shop in the Denver area.
Absent any recall work, which would require a WCC ASC, any medium duty truck shop can handle just about any repairs your chassis may need.
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