Keystone Outback Recall, Keystone Sydney Recall, Fire detector failures

Vehicle Make / Model: Model Year(s):
Manufacturer: KEYSTONE RV COMPANYMfr's Report Date: JUL 26, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V361000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected: 117
 Keystone RV Company (Keystone) is recalling certain model year 2013 Outback and Sydney recreational vehicles manufactured from July 10, 2012, through July 17, 2012. These vehicles may have been manufactured with two carbon monoxide detectors and no smoke detector.
 In the event of a fire, the lack of a fire detector can lead to an increased risk of personal injury and/or property damage.
 Keystone will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and install, as necessary, a fire detector.

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