Newmar is recalling several of its RVs because the Transmission can Shift Without Pressing Brake.

Newmar Corporation (Newmar) is recalling certain model year 2016 Bay Star Sport, Bay Star, and Canyon Star vehicles manufactured July 8, 2015, to September 23, 2015. Due to an incorrect shift cable bracket and an improper shift cable adjustment, the affected vehicles can be shifted out of 'PARK' without applying the brakes.
If the vehicle can be shifted into reverse without the brakes being applied, the vehicle may unintentionally move, increasing the risk of a crash.
Newmar will notify owners, and Ford dealers will replace the transmission shift control bracket and adjust the transmission shift cable, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin December 23, 2015. Owners may contact Newmar customer service at 1-800-731-8300. Newmar's and Ford's number for this recall is 15S25.


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