NHTSA: Recalls Issued for Forest River, Livin’ Lite and REV

May 29, 2019 | Member News

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently posted recalls for Forest River, Livin’ Lite and REV RV brands.

 

Forest River is recalling certain 2019 to 2020 R. Pod travel trailers due to a wire for the refrigerator’s spark igniter, which may have been connected to a breaker permitting a current higher than the wire can handle. The company will notify owners, and dealers will move the wire from the 30-amp circuit to the designated 15-amp circuit, free of charge.

 

In addition, Forest River recalled certain 2018 to 2019 Cherokee ACKT39L and ACKT39RL travel trailers for a potential placard incorrectly stating the axle rating, cargo carrying capacity and tire/wheel combination information. Starting June 19, Forest River will notify owners that dealers will provide replacement placards containing the accurate information, free of charge.

 

Livin’ Lite RV is recalling certain 2013 to 2017 Camplite and 2014 to 2017 Bearcat trailers due to an exit window potentially being blacked by a manual awning arm. The company will notify owners that dealers will remove the exit label and alter the window levers, free of charge.

 

REV Recreation Group is recalling certain 2019 Fleetwood Flair and Holiday Rambler Admiral motorhomes due to the generator exhaust pipe placement, which exits the motorhome within the vehicle’s departure angle. The company notified owners that dealers will inspect and reroute the generator exhaust pipe, as necessary, free of charge. The recall began May 21.