Air Compressor Failure Leads to Tiffin Recall of Breeze Motorhomes

the failure may be caused by debris left in the air intake tube during manufacturing

2017 Tiffin Breeze Motorhome / Air Compressor Failure Leads to Tiffin Recall of Breeze Motorhomes
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August 25, 2016

Tiffin Motorhomes is recalling 67 model year 2016-2017 Breeze motorhomes. The affected vehicles have air compressors attached to the engine that may fail due to debris from manufacturing being left in the air intake tube.

Failure of the air compressor may result in the inability to maintain air pressure while driving which would cause the parking brake to set unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash.

Tiffin has not yet provided a notification schedule.

Tiffin will notify owners, and Cummins certified technicians will inspect the air compressor for debris. Engines with no damage will have a new air intake tube installed. Engines with foreign material damage will be repaired by a Cummins certified technician, and have the air intake tube, charge air cooler, and air filter replaced. These repairs will be performed free of charge.

For further information regarding this recall, owners may contact Tiffin customer service at (256) 356-8661, recall number TIF-101.

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