Gulf Stream Coach is recalling certain 2021 Enlighten travel trailers for a front trim strip on the refrigerator.

NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V532000

Manufacturer Gulf Stream Coach, Inc.

Components EQUIPMENT

Potential Number of Units Affected 90


Gulf Stream Coach, Inc. (Gulf Stream) is recalling certain 2021 Enlighten 25BH travel trailers. The lower front trim strip may be missing from the refrigerator. The front strip is required to make the refrigerator cabinet seal complete, and provides complete isolation of the combustion system from the travel trailer interior.


All of the trailers affected by this recall have been repaired and owner letters will not be sent. The recall began September 23, 2020. Owners may contact Gulf Stream customer service at 1-800-289-8787. Gulf Stream's number for this recall is 08312020.

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