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Old 02-24-2007, 08:37 AM   #1
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we have a 2004 fleetwood fiesta class A motor home. we have had many problems with it such a using oil (5 qts from madison indiana to myrtle beach s.c.). now the brakes are a mess. we had a brake recall in dec. 2004 and its been in the shop 3 additional times since then for brake repair. the last time was a complete brake restoration. we went to flordia the 2nd week of feb. and the brakes went out again. it is sitting in our drive way waiting for a call from an attorney. does anyone else have this problem and how was it solved. desparate for some info and advice. thanks annie
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we have a 2004 fleetwood fiesta class A motor home. we have had many problems with it such a using oil (5 qts from madison indiana to myrtle beach s.c.). now the brakes are a mess. we had a brake recall in dec. 2004 and its been in the shop 3 additional times since then for brake repair. the last time was a complete brake restoration. we went to flordia the 2nd week of feb. and the brakes went out again. it is sitting in our drive way waiting for a call from an attorney. does anyone else have this problem and how was it solved. desparate for some info and advice. thanks annie
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Old 02-24-2007, 09:59 AM   #3
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Old 02-24-2007, 10:49 AM   #4
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annabelle welcome to irv2.
Sorry to hear of your problems,5qts something really wrong there, and brakes who ever the chassis make is should have it right by now, has it been at different dealers or same one.
You should be enjoying not going thru this hassle.
I will short cut your question down to the Fleetwood forum maybe someone will have more info.
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Annabelle, so sorry to hear of such serious trouble! We welcome you to our website and forum. You will find a lot of good info here but we would need more info from you to be more helpful. Let us know of the chassis you are on and the dealer(s) you have had the coach to. Once we know this we can possibly put you in touch with the right people. It is sad that you have had to go through all that you have and I am sure that is why you have contacted an attorney. Good luck.
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