Newmar is Recalling Certain RVs Due to insufficiently Tightened Brake Caliper Bolts

NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V171000
Manufacturer Newmar Corporation
Potential Number of Units Affected 129
Newmar Corporation (Newmar) is recalling certain 2019-2020 Essex and London Aire, 2019 Mountain Aire, Ventana LE and Ventana and 2020 Kountry Star motorhomes built on DTNA chassis. The brake caliper mounting bolts may have been insufficiently tightened.
Newmar will notify owners, and DTNA dealers will inspect and repair the vehicles, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin May 19, 2020. Owners may contact DTNA customer service at 1-800-547-0712 or Newmar customer service at 1-800-731-8300. Newmar's number for this recall is 20V-127.
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