Winnebago Recalls 5,057 Motorhomes Due to Problem Affecting Electrical System

Winnebego recallA recall of 5,0057 motorhomes by Winnebago Industries was made this week affecting model year 2014 to 2017 Winnebago View, VIA, ERA, and Itasca Navion.

The recall stated that a volume control module in the installed Axxess radio may interfere with the chassis electrical system. If this should happen, it could cause interference to the electrical system functions. Specifically, there could be a power loss, engine shutdown, the malfunction indicator warning lights could come on or the restraint system might be affected.

Any of these problems could result in an increase risk of crashing and ultimately an injury or potentially a death.

What is next?

The motorhome manufacturer, Winnebago is expected to notify owners about the issue and is requesting that dealerships take out the Axxess radio volume control module at no cost to the consumer. For more information contact Winnebago customer service at 1-800-537-1885.

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Motorists who are grappling with ongoing problems with their Winnebago View, VIA, ERA, Itasca Navion or another vehicle, could be eligible for compensation under California and or Federal Lemon Laws.

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