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Old 11-19-2014, 07:45 PM   #1
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RV recall list

This recall list includes Canada and the U.S.A.
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Thanks Ray, nothing this time.
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Good to keep on top of this stuff. Thanks, Ray!

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Thank you for posting this. I wonder why we owners are not contacted directly when a problem is known to the manufacturers?


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... I wonder why we owners are not contacted directly when a problem is known to the manufacturers?
We are, but I found out people on forums like this sometimes know or find out about these things WAY before I get a recall letter.

The other thing is, as the owner/consumer, one has to be sure to register with the mfr ALL the systems/appliances one has in their RV. It's the only way for the mfr to contact you in case of a recall.

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Lori is right. Our 97 Jeep has a recall for a potential fire hazard with the gas tank if rear-ended, like the old Ford pony car. Chryslers fix is to install a trailer hitch to protect the tank. Anyway I read about the recall on the internet but didn't receive any contact from Chrysler until 6 months later. That letter came 6 months ago, still no further contact from them.
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