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Old 04-19-2021, 10:27 AM   #15
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Just had the emission recall done, asked about the rear wheel sensors and was told that parts are not yet available. So another visit will be required, just don't know when.
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Old 04-19-2021, 12:21 PM   #16
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Just had the emission recall done, asked about the rear wheel sensors and was told that parts are not yet available. So another visit will be required, just don't know when.
Me too, got refunds for all the wheel speed sensors that were replaced too, supposedly! Check has "been in the mail" for 2 weeks now!!

No one seems to know when new sensors will be available either.
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Old 04-19-2021, 12:22 PM   #17
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QUOTE: We cancelled our appointment so we can secure alternative transportation. The next open date is in mid July.

We uncancelled our appointment and will take it in next Tuesday.



I was kind of hoping that MB would offer some kind of transportation. Apparently not.
If they don't you can get reimbursed. Look at paper work.
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Old 04-19-2021, 12:24 PM   #18
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I took my 2016 (2015 chassis) Itasca Navion in on Tuesday morning and got a phone call saying it was ready Thursday morning. I doubt that any dealer would provide a loaner for an RV service appointment, the RV usually is not anyone's primary transport. I don't think that the recall actually took two days of a mechanic's time. There were several other RVs and commercial Sprinter vans awaiting service, likely for the same recall. Seems that the most efficient way for the dealer to do this is to keep a stock of vehicles queued up so the mechanics always have another one to work on when they finish one up, no down time waiting for the next one to be brought in.
Mine ended up there for 4 days! 2012 Navion ('12 chassis)
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Old 04-19-2021, 12:26 PM   #19
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Upon a close read of the information packet I received in the mail, it says a person may receive up to $3290. However the website seems to indicate members of the class action will receive that amount. It will be interesting to find out the average amount that is paid out to each applicant.
Mine says up to $3,590, and I agree with you did say WILL.
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Just got mine done (2018 Forrester ... 2016 Chassis).

Took a full day and picked it up the next day. Looks like the emissions part was a NOx sensor and harness along with reprogramming.

They also did airbag recall (both sides). replaced a driveshaft center bearing/support, something with the tire pressure labels on the door and something else pretty minor (don't have paperwork in front of me).

They marked the wheel sensor recall as "parts not available", so like everyone else, that's going to be another visit later.

Filed everything online at the settlement website ... pretty easy.
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Old 04-20-2021, 10:43 AM   #21
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Took my 2016 View chassis in yesterday and got the Nox sensors replaced. That is all the advisor said needed to be done. Took 1.5 hours. Seems like the same vehicle as before.
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They also did airbag recall (both sides). replaced a driveshaft center bearing/support, something with the tire pressure labels on the door and something else pretty minor (don't have paperwork in front of me).
What did they do with the label? What are the tire pressure values on that new label?
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What did they do with the label? What are the tire pressure values on that new label?

I'll go out to the rig today and dig up paperwork and look closer ...
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I cannot read the photos of your door labels, but after I bought my 2016 Winnebago Era, and sent in the change of owner papers to Winnebago, I got a new label from Winnebago, I noticed that the Vin number had been changed from Mercedes to Winnebago and the year model had been changed from 2915 to 2026
I surmised that the original owner has never registered it with Winnebago.the tire pressure data was unchanged, 61# all around.
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Oops, year.model changed from 2015 to 2016.
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Three warranty extension notices so far, each one with instructions to add the label to the blank back pages i the warranty booklet. Two more of these and I'll be out of room.

Exhaust gas recirculation valve
Wheel speed sensor
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I received the mailer about this a couple weeks ago and reviewed the website you mentioned. Is this saying that a person will definitely receive $3290? Or is this like most class action lawsuits where you might receive that much depending on how many enter the lawsuit.

I still need to get mine into the dealer for the passenger side airbag recall.

Thanks for any clarification on my question
Interesting, my mailing says I may receive as much as $3,590!
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