Tiffin Motorhomes is recalling it's 2017 Tiffin Allegro Open Roads Vehicles for a problem with the wiper arms.

SUMMARY:Tiffin Motorhomes (Tiffin) is recalling certain model year 2017 Allegro Open Roads vehicles manufactured June 7, 2016, to August 15, 2016. The affected vehicles have a driver-side wiper arm that may sweep off of the edge of the windshield, when trying to return, the wiper arm may break.
CONSEQUENCE:A broken windshield wiper may reduce the driver's visibility, increasing the risk of a crash.
REMEDY:Tiffin will notify owners, and dealers will replace the driver-side wiper pivot shaft and extending linkage, free of charge. The recall began on September 12, 2016. Owners may contact Tiffin customer service at 1-256-356-8661. Tiffin's number for this recall is TIF-102.

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