Jayco Jay Flight Swift SLX Recall, Axle Failure Danger

Vehicle Make / Model:     Model Year(s):
     JAYCO JAY FLIGHT SWIFT SLX     2012-2013
Manufacturer: JAYCO, INC. Mfr's Report Date: AUG 03, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V393000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A


Potential Number of Units Affected: 300

 Jayco is recalling certain model year 2012-2013 Jay Flight Swift SLX Travel trailers manufactured from October 24, 2011, through July 3, 2012. These trailers may have oversized bearings installed in the axle. This may cause excessive movement in the wheel hub, causing the bearings to become overheated and worn.   

 Overheated and worn bearings may lead to axle failure while driving, increasing the risk of a crash.

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