Triple E is Recalling Certain RV's Due to Brake Line Damage May Cause Loss of Braking

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V779000
Manufacturer Triple E Recreational Vehicles
Potential Number of Units Affected 78
Triple E Recreational Vehicles (Triple E) is recalling certain 2019 Triple E Unity motorhomes, models U24MB, U24CBB, U24TB, U24IX and U24FX. The driver-side front trans-mount leveling jack support bracket may contact the brake line causing a brake fluid leak, thereby reducing braking ability.
Triple E will notify owners, and dealers will relocate the leveling jack support bracket, as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin in November 2018. Owners may contact Triple E customer service at 1-877-992-9906. Triple E's number for this recall is CA#9146-1.

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