Thor Motor Coach is recalling its 2014-2016 Hurricane and Windsport motor homes because heat from exhaust may melt storage compartment

Thor Motor Coach (TMC) is recalling certain model year 2014-2016 Hurricane and Windsport motor homes manufactured January 30, 2013, to March 6, 2015. In the affected motor homes, the vehicle exhaust is located near a storage compartment where heat may build-up, causing the compartment to melt.
Heat build-up in the vehicle storage compartment increases the risk of fire.
TMC will notify owners, and dealers will install a heat shield to prevent heat build-up in the storage compartment. The recall will begin in March 2016. Owners may contact TMC customer service at 1-877-855-2867. TMC's number for this recall is RC000112.


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