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Old 01-24-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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Factory Recall

As anybody experienced the castle nut being loose on your steering?
My Spartan authorized dealer is having to get Spartan to send them a special tool to fix my problem.
The dealer says it has to be taken apart cleaned, apply lock tite and torqued to 250 ft lbs"
The special tool is a loaner from spartan (whatever it is)
This recall is on a 2014 Anthem.
Just curious???
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No, but I have a 2014 Anthem so I am curious. Thanks for the heads up.
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As anybody experienced the castle nut being loose on your steering?
My Spartan authorized dealer is having to get Spartan to send them a special tool to fix my problem.
The dealer says it has to be taken apart cleaned, apply lock tite and torqued to 250 ft lbs"
The special tool is a loaner from spartan (whatever it is)
This recall is on a 2014 Anthem.
Just curious???
I had something similar done for warranty work about 1 month ago and all they had to do was check to make sure the castlenut in the steering column was tight which it was (performed by cummins coach care service). The recall that I received was the notice to check-up/tighten the steering linkage castlenuts
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