Daimler Recalls Chassis for Columbia, Cascadia, Century and XCR

Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) is recalling an undetermined quantity of Model Year 2008 Columbia, Cascadia, Century Class trucks and XCR motor home chassis.

Incorrect fasteners may not provide adequate clamping force between the brake caliper and brake anchor plate potentially resulting in reduced brake effectiveness. Reduced brake effectiveness could lead to a vehicle crash.

Dealers will inspect the vehicles to determine if incorrect bolts were used. If incorrect bolts are found, vehicles will be inspected for possible additional damage and repaired as required.

If you’ve got a lemon Daimler chassis or Daimler Trucks Rv chassis, or any other lemon motorhome, email us or call us at 1-888-331-6422 Toll Free. Helping consumers get rid of lemon Rv’s is what we do. Every day.

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