Itasca Suncruiser Recall, Winnebago Vista Recall, steering failure

Vehicle Make / Model:     Model Year(s):
     WINNEBAGO VISTA     2013
Manufacturer: WINNEBAGO INDUSTRIES INC. Mfr's Report Date: SEP 13, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V453000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: STEERING

Potential Number of Units Affected: 2   

 Winnebago is recalling a model year 2013 Winnebago and 2013 Itasca motor home built on a Ford F-53 chassis. The steering gear bracket may have been secured with nuts that may damage the bolts due to an incompatibility between the installation torque and the nut finish.

Itasca Suncruiser Recalled, Steering Danger
 The bolts may fracture, leading to separation of the steering gear and thus a loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash.

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