Gulf Stream Ultra Recall, Gulfstream Conquest Recall, Gulfstream Independence Recall, Fire Danger

Gulf Stream Coaches recalled for wiring fire danger
Report Receipt Date: MAY 14, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V197000 
Potential Number of Units Affected: 126

Manufacturer: Gulf Stream Coach

Gulf Stream Coach is recalling certain model year 2001 Ultra, Conquest, Independence, Ultra Supreme, Yellowstone, and Cavalier motorhomes with floorplans 6316 or 8325. The motorhomes were manufactured May 17, 2000, through December 31, 2000. A portion of the electrical wiring may not be properly secured. This condition may cause wear and possible heat development between the refrigerator coils and the wire.
A failure of the wiring could result in property damage, fire, or injury.

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