The following safety recalls were issued Monday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):
- Jayco is recalling certain 2021-2022 Jayco Greyhawk, Greyhawk Prestige, Redhawk, Entegra Esteem, and Odyssey recreational vehicles. An inadequate connection between the power steering pressure line and the brake Hydroboost unit may result in a sudden loss of power steering fluid. A sudden loss of power steering fluid can result in a loss of power steering and power brake assist, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 36 units are affected by the recall.
- Kalmar Solutions is recalling certain 2015-2022 Ottawa T2 terminal tractors. The trailer handbrake valve and the trailer parking brake valve vent lines are plumbed together. This can cause the trailer parking brake to set unexpectedly when the trailer handbrake is released. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 121, "Air Brake Systems." A trailer parking brake that sets unexpectedly can cause unintended vehicle motion, and increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 687 units are affected by the recall.
- Mack Trucks is recalling certain 2022 Granite trucks. The air tanks have an insufficient volume of air for the brake system. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of the FMVSS number 121, "Air Brake Systems." Insufficient air volume can reduce braking performance and increase the risk of a crash. NHTSA says potentially 14 units are affected by the recall.
- Tiffin Motorhomes is recalling certain 2021-2022 Tiffin Cahaba motorhomes. The wiring for the 110-volt electrical system may have been installed improperly, resulting in unsecured wiring. Unsecured wiring increases the risk of a fire. NHTSA says potentially 243 units are affected by the recall.
- Winnebago Towable is recalling certain 2021-2022 Winnebago Voyage, Micro Minnie and Micro Flex travel trailers. The quick disconnect fittings in the LP gas system may be cracked, causing a gas leak. A gas leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire. NHTSA says potentially 877 units are affected by the recall.