Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain model year 2014 F-53 Motorhome chassis and F-59 commercial chassis for brake caliper leaks.

Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain model year 2014 F-53 motorhome chassis and F-59 commercial chassis manufactured February 14, 2014, to March 7, 2014. The affected chassis may have incorrectly machined brake calipers that may leak brake fluid.
Brake caliper leaks will cause longer brake pedal travel and lengthened stopping distances, increasing the risk of a crash.
Ford has notified owners. Dealers will inspect the vehicles and replace the affected brake calipers, free of charge. The recall began on July 28, 2014. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-800-392-3673. Ford's number for this recall is 14S14.

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