Crossroads RV is recalling severla of its units for a a slide room that may extend while vehicle is in motion.

DS Corp, doing business as Crossroads RV (Crossroads), is recalling certain model year 2016 Crossroads Sunset Trail, Cruiser Aire, Cruiser, Cameo, and ReZerve recreational trailers manufactured March 4, 2015, to March 20, 2015. In the affected vehicles, the screws that attach the expanding room to the sliding mechanism cable may fail allowing the room to extend unintentionally while the vehicle is in motion.
If the room extends while vehicle is in motion, there is an increased risk of a crash.
Crossroads will notify owners, and dealers will replace the slide room mechanism attaching screws, free of charge. The recall began on April 6, 2015. Owners may contact Crossroads customer service at 1-855-226-7496. Crossroads number for this recall is 36.

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