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Winnebago recalls 5,057 RVs to fix Axxess radios

Winnebago recalls 5,057 RVs to fix Axxess radios

WASHINGTON — Winnebago Industries is recalling 5,057 2014 to 2017 Winnebago View, VIA, ERA, and Itasca Navion motorhomes. The affected vehicles have an Axxess radio volume control module that may interfere with the chassis electrical system, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported.

The Axxess radio volume control module and affect electrical system functions, possibly causing an engine shutdown, power loss, illumination of malfunction indicator warning lights, and interfere with the restraint system, NHTSA warned. These scenarios can increase the risk of a crash or increase the risk of injury in the event of a crash.


Winnebago will notify owners, and dealers will remove the Axxess radio volume control module, free of charge. The manufacturer has not provided a recall notification schedule. Owners may contact Winnebago customer service at 800.537.1885.

SOURCE: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration press release

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  1. Also your “Handsfree” is gone to with the removal of the module! If you have your cellphone on the Bluetooth system you now have to take your eyes off the road to touch the screen to answer a call, instead a botton on the steering wheel. And! They are not offering the new system that they have started putting on the 2017 models that repairs this problem to people with the old module system that are still under factory warranty! Not what we paid for Winnebago!!!

  2. Winnebago needs to deal with this problem. Simply removing a ton of features isn’t an acceptable solution. There’s a problem and they simply disconnect the entire steering wheel controls and bluetooth? No.

  3. Winnebago need to replace these defective units for one that is comparable with the existing electrical system. I paid to have that feature and I expect it to work without causing any safety issues. I would expect a major credit back if they can not deliver any of the features that we paid for.

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