Jayco is Recalling Certain 2017 Precept RV's Due to Hydraulic Brake Fluid Leak

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V078000
Manufacturer Jayco, Inc.
Potential Number of Units Affected 17
Jayco, Inc. (Jayco) is recalling certain 2017 Precept motorhomes. The brake Hydraulic Electronic Control Units (HECU) on these vehicles may be missing valve block ball plugs, potentially causing a brake fluid leak or air ingestion during electronic brake distribution and/or ABS activation.
Jayco will notify owners, and Ford dealers will inspect the hydraulic block and replace the HECU if the ball plugs are present, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 30, 2018. Owners may contact Jayco customer service at 1-800-517-9137.

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