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While recall notifications are typically sent by regular mail if you’re not the original owner, the manufacturer likely doesn’t have a way to contact you in the event of a recall. It’s always a good idea to get in touch with the manufacturer or local dealer to provide them with your address. Same goes if you’re the original owner, but have recently moved.

Below you’ll find our August/September 2022 summary of RV recalls followed by vehicle recalls. We typically publish this list the first week of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

If you have an RV or vehicle that is subject to a recall, you should have it repaired right away to ensure it is safe. Please record the VIN or serial number and call your dealer or manufacturer.

RV Recalls

August/September 2022

Recall No.: 2022-355
Company: Airstream
Models: 2022 Classic, Flying Cloud & Pottery Barn
2022-2023 Globetrotter & International
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 21
Description: On certain RV trailers, the exterior entry steps may not have been assembled correctly. As a result, the step treads could detach from the step support arms. A step that detaches could create a risk of injury.
Correction: Airstream will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their trailer to a dealership to repair the step assembly.

Recall No.: 2022-302
Company: Forest River
Models: 2022 Prime Time Crusader & Sanibel
Mfg. Recall No.: 49-1523
Canadian Units: 64
Description: On certain RV trailers, the step treads leading to the upper deck of the trailer may not be properly attached to the step brackets. As a result, step tread(s) could detach from the step bracket. Steps that detach could create a risk of injury.
Correction: Forest River will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their trailer to a dealership to install additional bolts to secure the step treads.

Recall No.: 2022-334
Company: Forest River
Models: 2022 R-Pod
Mfg. Recall No.: 80-1525
Canadian Units: 16
Description: The compliance label on certain RV trailers lists the wrong Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). The label incorrectly lists the axle capacity as 1995 kg (4400 lb.). The label should instead list the axle capacity as 1588 kg (3500 lb.). This could lead to overloading and cause poor handling, or a tire failure. Poor handling, or a tire failure could cause a loss of control and result in a crash.
Correction: Forest River will mail a new compliance label to each owner. If they would like help to install it, owners can contact a Forest River dealership to have it installed free of charge.

Recall No.: 2022-358
Company: Forest River
Models: 2000-2021 Coachmen Catalina
Mfg. Recall No.: 51-1529
Canadian Units: 1,065
Description: On certain RV trailers, the emergency trailer breakaway switch may not be wired correctly. If the battery disconnect switch is in the “Off” position, the breakaway switch does not have power. As a result, the trailer brakes may not self-apply if the trailer separates from the tow vehicle. A trailer breakaway switch that does not work properly could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Forest River will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their travel trailer to a dealer to rewire the trailer breakaway switch.
Note: Owners must ensure that the battery disconnect switch is turned to the “On” position while towing, until the recall repairs are completed.

Recall No.: 2022-339
Company: Grand Design RV
Models: 2022 Momentum Travel Trailer
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 13
Description: On certain RV trailers, a 110-V power supply wire was connected to the solar inverter output port. As a result, the circuit could be overloaded and cause the inverter and wiring to overheat. An overheated inverter or wiring could create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Grand Design will notify owners by mail and instruct them to contact a dealer to schedule an appointment to correct the wiring for the solar power inverter.

Recall No.: 2022-296
Company: Keystone
Models: 2022 Cougar
Mfg. Recall No.: 22-433
Canadian Units: 79
Description: On certain RV trailers, the base for the dinette table may not have been properly welded. As a result, the welds could break and cause the table to fall suddenly. A table that falls suddenly could injure a person.
Correction: Keystone RV will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their trailer to a dealership to replace the dinette table. Note: Keystone recommends not to use the table until it is replaced.

Recall No.: 2022-350
Company: KZ Recreational Vehicles
Models: 2021 Escape
Mfg. Recall No.: KZ-2022-03
Canadian Units: 3
Description: The tire and loading information label on a small number of RV trailers lists the wrong tire inflation pressures. As a result, a person may over-inflate the tires. This could lead to poor handling and/or a tire failure. Poor handling or a tire failure could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash. Over-inflating a tire can also create a risk of injury.
Correction: KZ RV will mail a new tire and loading information label to each owner. If they would like help to install the label, owners can contact a KZ RV dealer to have it installed free of charge.

Recall No.: 2022-297
Company: Newmar
Models: 2021-2022 Canyon Star Class A
2017-2018 Ventana Class A
Mfg. Recall No.: FL-912
Canadian Units: 27
Description: On certain motorhomes, the tire valve stem extensions for the inner wheels may get damaged by contact with the outer wheels. If this happens, the inner tire could lose air pressure. This could overload the outer tire and cause it to fail. A tire failure could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This recall replaces FL-861 (Transport Canada recall 2020-443). Motorhomes that were repaired under that recall also require this repair.
Correction: Newmar will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) authorized service facility to remove the inner valve stem extensions.

Recall No.: 2022-298
Company: Newmar
Models: 2017-2022 Dutch Star Class A
2020-2022 Kountry Star Class A
2017-2020 London Aire Class A
2018-2019 Mountain Aire Class A
2018-2022 New Aire Class A
2017-2022 Ventana Class A
2017-2019 Ventana LE Class
Mfg. Recall No.: FL-917
Canadian Units: 257
Description: Certain motorhomes built on a Freightliner chassis could have a problem with the rear-mounted Power Distribution Module (PDM). This could cause the tail lights not to work properly. Brake lights or turn signals that do not work could cause a following driver not to recognize that a vehicle ahead is braking, or intends to turn. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This recall replaces FL-856 (Transport Canada recall 2020-336). Motorhomes that were repaired under that recall also require this repair.
Correction: Newmar will notify owners by mail and instruct them to contact a Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) authorized service facility to schedule a repair. The service facility will install a new wiring harness bypass.

Recall No.: 2022-325
Company: Triple E
Models: 2021-2022 Leisure Travel Vans Unity & Wonder
Mfg. Recall No.: CA#10031
Canadian Units: 174
Description: On certain motorhomes, the burner control valve for the interior cooktop could become damaged. If this happens, the valve could leak propane. A propane gas leak could create the risk of a fire or explosion.
Correction: Triple E will notify owners by mail and instruct them to contact Dometic, the manufacturer of the cooktop. NOTE: Dometic advises that owners must immediately shut off the propane supply at the tank regulator and not to use the propane system in the RV until the cooktop recall repairs have been completed. Dometic will provide owners with information on how to inspect the serial number of the cooktop. If the serial number is within the affected range, owners will be instructed to take their motorhome to a Dometic dealer, or service centre to replace the cooktop.

Vehicle Recalls

August/September 2022

PLEASE NOTE: If you want to check out your particular vehicle at anytime, you can go to Transport Canada and enter your vehicle information to search for the most recent recall info.

Recall No.: 2022-303
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2014-2020 Grand Cherokee
2014-2020 Ram 1500
Mfg. Recall No.: Z46
Canadian Units: 55,711
Description: On certain vehicles equipped with a 3.0 L diesel engine, the high-pressure fuel pump could fail. If this happens, owners may notice a change in engine performance, a fuel leak, or a malfunction indicator lamp and/or service electronic throttle control tell-tale may turn on. This could also result in a sudden loss of engine power while driving. A sudden loss of engine power could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the high-pressure fuel pump. Additional fuel system parts may be replaced, if necessary.

Recall No.: 2022-304
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2022 Ram 1500, 2500 & 3500
Mfg. Recall No.: Z47
Canadian Units: 4,576
Description: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image not to appear on the display. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the radio software.

Recall No.: 2022-305
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2018-2019 Dodge Durango
2018-2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Mfg. Recall No.: Z48
Canadian Units: 19,758
Description: On certain vehicles, there may be a problem inside the hydraulic control unit for the antilock brake system. As a result, it may be possible to start the vehicle and shift the transmission out of the Park position (P) without pressing the brake pedal. If this happens, the vehicle could move suddenly. This problem could also cause the brake lights to turn on or stay on without pressing the brake pedal. A vehicle that moves suddenly could increase the risk of a crash. Brake lights that stay on could cause others not to recognize when the vehicle is braking and could also increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.
Recall No.: 2022-307
Company: Ford
Models: 2022 Transit
Mfg. Recall No.: 22C11
Canadian Units: 4,536
Description: On certain vehicles, the warnings, tell-tales and gauges may not display properly in the instrument panel cluster. Warnings, tell-tales and gauges that do not display properly could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles equipped with a 4.2″ monochromatic instrument panel cluster.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the instrument panel cluster software.

Recall No.: 2022-308
Company: Ford
Models: 2021-2022 Mustang Mach-E
Mfg. Recall No.: 22S41
Canadian Units: 7,609
Description: Under certain conditions, the main contactors for the high-voltage battery could overheat. If this happens, there could be a sudden loss of power to the wheels. A loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and send a wireless over-the-air software update to each vehicle. Alternatively, owners may schedule an appointment to have the update performed at a Ford dealership.

Recall No.: 2022-309
Company: Ford
Models: 2021-2022 Bronco
Mfg. Recall No.: 22S44
Canadian Units: 5,354
Description: On certain vehicles, the child safety lock on the right rear door may not work properly. As a result, the door could be opened from the inside of the vehicle when the safety lock is in the “ON” position. A child safety lock that does not work properly could allow a child to open a rear door while the vehicle is moving and create a risk of injury.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and advise them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect and if necessary, replace the rear door latch(es). Ford will also provide instructions on how to check the child safety locks before taking the vehicle to the dealership.

Recall No.: 2022-311
Company: Ford
Models: 2013-2018 C-Max
2015-2018 Edge
2013-2019 Escape
2013-2016 Fusion
2013-2021 Transit Connect
Mfg. Recall No.: 22S43
Canadian Units: 394,162
Description: On certain vehicles, the shift cable may detach from the transmission. This could cause the transmission not to shift gears when the shifter is moved. As a result, the transmission could be in a different gear than the gear shifter indicates. If a driver attempts to exit the vehicle while the transmission is not in Park and the parking brake is not applied, the vehicle could move suddenly. Sudden and unexpected movement of the vehicle could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the transmission shifter cable bushing and install a protective service cap.
NOTE: Ford advises that you should apply the parking brake each time the vehicle is parked.

Recall No.: 2022-335
Company: Ford
Models: 2022 Bronco & Ranger
Mfg. Recall No.: 22C12
Canadian Units: 4,294
Description: On certain vehicles, the windshield may not be properly attached. As a result, the glass can become loose and could separate from the vehicle A windshield that detaches in a crash could create an increased risk of injury.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to remove and reinstall the windshield. The dealer will also recalibrate the front camera, if necessary.
Recall No.: 2022-347
Company: General Motors
Models: 2018-2020 Buick Regal
Mfg. Recall No.: N222370090
Canadian Units: 2,130
Description: On certain vehicles, the electronic brake boost may not work properly when there is a partial, or full loss of vacuum-brake assist. As a result, the vehicle may not meet the stopping-distance requirements of Canadian regulations. An increase in stopping distance could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: General Motors will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the electronic brake control module (EBCM) software.

Recall No.: 2022-320
Company: Honda
Models: 2006-2014 Ridgeline
Mfg. Recall No.: HP25
Canadian Units: 31,862
Description: On certain vehicles, the rear frame could rust where the fuel tank and rear subframe are mounted. If this happens, the fuel tank and/or rear subframe mounts could separate from the frame. This can allow the fuel tank to fall and become damaged, which could cause a fuel leak. A fuel leak can create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Honda will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect the rear frame for corrosion. Depending on the outcome of the inspection, the dealer will either apply corrosion protection and install a support brace, or repair the frame. Honda will offer to repurchase vehicles that do not pass the inspection.

Recall No.: 2022-342
Company: Hyundai
Models: 2020-2022 Venue
Mfg. Recall No.: R0220
Canadian Units: 27,379
Description: On certain vehicles, there may be a problem with the driver and front passenger seat belt pretensioners. As a result, the seat belt pretensioners could explode in a crash. If this happens, small pieces of metal could hit people in the vehicle. A seat belt pretensioner that explodes could create a risk of injury.
Note: This recall replaces recall R0200 (Transport Canada Recall No. 2021-627) for Venue models. Vehicles that were repaired under that recall also require this repair.
Correction: Hyundai will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to install protective caps over the driver and front passenger’s seat belt pretensioners.

Recall No.: 2022-333
Company: Kia
Models: 2022 Sorento
Mfg. Recall No.: RC165
Canadian Units: 981
Description: On certain vehicles, there may be a problem with the front seat belt pretensioners. As a result, the driver and/or passenger seat belt pretensioners could explode in a crash. If this happens, small pieces of metal could hit people in the vehicle. A seat belt pretensioner that explodes could create a risk of injury.
Note: This recall replaces RC160 (Transport Canada recall 2022-102) and only affects Sorento Hybrid (HEV) and Sorento Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) models.
Correction: Kia will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to install protective caps over the driver and front passenger’s seat belt pretensioners.

Recall No.: 2022-343
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2015-2018 Metris
Mfg. Recall No.: 4092212
Canadian Units: 5,116
Description: On certain vehicles, the gross axle weight ratings (GAWR) are higher than the allowable maximum load for the tires. As a result, the tires could be overloaded. Driving a vehicle with tires that are overloaded could cause poor handling and/or a tire failure. Poor handling or a tire failure could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.

Recall No.: 2022-353
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2022 EQS Class
Mfg. Recall No.: 3190301
Canadian Units: 1,329
Description: On certain vehicles, the recovery eye (tow hook) may not screw into the front, or rear bumper properly. As a result, the recovery eye could come loose when a vehicle is being loaded or transported. A towing eye that comes loose during loading, or transport could create an increased risk of crash and/or injury.
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect and if necessary, repair the recovery points in the front and rear bumpers.

Recall No.: 2022-351
Company: Mitsubishi
Models: 2022 Outlander
Mfg. Recall No.: SR-22-003
Canadian Units: 2,863
Description: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image not to appear on the display. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Mitsubishi will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the infotainment display software.

Recall No.: 2022-313
Company: Nissan
Models: 2013-2016 Pathfinder
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 37,115
Description: Over time, dirt buildup could cause the secondary hood latch to stick open after it is used. If this happens, and the primary hood latch is released, the hood may open suddenly while driving. A hood that opens suddenly while driving could block the driver’s view and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development. Nissan will send owners a second notice when a final repair is available. In the interim, Nissan will provide instructions on how to inspect the hood latch. If the hood latch does not move freely, owners should take their vehicle to a Nissan dealership for inspection and repair. If the latch moves freely, owners should follow the maintenance in the owner’s manual, or bring their vehicle to a dealership to perform the service free of charge.

Recall No.: 2022-341
Company: Nissan
Models: 2022 Frontier
2020-2022 Titan
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 5,977
Description: On certain trucks, the transmission parking pawl may not engage when you shift to park. If this happens, the truck could roll away, if the parking brake isn’t used. A parked vehicle that moves suddenly could create the risk of an injury or a crash.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.
Note: To reduce the safety risk, Nissan recommends that you should always use the parking brake when you park.

Recall No.: 2022-330
Company: Toyota
Models: 2022 Tundra
Mfg. Recall No.: SRC RE1
Canadian Units: 5,182
Description: Over time, the nuts that attach the axle shafts to the axle housing could loosen and fall off. If this happens, one or both axle shafts could separate from the axle housing. This could cause noise and vibration and/or a differential oil leak. An axle shaft that separates can cause reduced braking and vehicle stability. Reduced vehicle stability could cause a loss of control. Reduced braking can cause extended stopping distances. Both of these issues could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Toyota will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their truck to a dealership to inspect the rear axle assembly and retighten the axle flange nuts. For vehicles where other axle-related components are damaged, they will be replaced, if necessary.

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