Winnebago recalls its 2014-2015 Winnebago Vista Brave, Trend and Mini Winnie RVs. for a Deadbolt Plate Not Fully Staked


Winnebago Industries, Inc. (Winnebago) is recalling certain model year 2014-2015 Winnebago Vista, Brave, Trend, Minnie Winnie, and Itasca Sunstar, Tribute, Viva!, and Spirit vehicles manufactured March 18, 2013, to November 18, 2014. Due to a manufacturing issue, the deadbolt locks installed on the vehicles may become stuck in a locked position.
A stuck deadbolt could potentially trap occupants inside the vehicle, increasing the risk of injury.
Winnebago will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and repair deadbolts as needed, free of charge. Winnebago issued an interim notification to owners on August 21, 2015. The recall is expected to begin early September. Owners may contact Winnebago customer service at 1-641-585-3535, or TriMark customer service at 1-641-394-3188.
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