Airstream Interstate Motorhomes Recalled Due to Fire Risk

2008-2013 Airstream Interstate motorhomes recalled fire risk
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Airstream is recalling certain model year 2008-2013 Interstate motorhomes equipped with the rear sofa floor plan. The electrical equipment underneath the sofa may come in contact with the seatbelt buckle or metal cables from the seat.

If the metal sofa components come in contact with the electrical components, electrical arcing could occur, which may lead to the ignition of a vehicle fire.

The Airstream Interstate motorhomes included in this recall were manufactured, and dealers will install a cover over the electrical components, free of charge.

Airstream will notify the owners of all affected motorhomes, and dealers will install a cover over the electrical components, free of charge.

For additional information, consumer can contact Airstream toll-free at 877-596-6111.

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