Holiday Rambler Aluma Lite 35csso

Model Aluma Lite 35csso made by Holiday Rambler got 1 consumer complain as well as 1 recall. Consumer complaints with reference to structure. . There was one recall concerning suspension .

Model 1994


CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
95V154000HOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.from 08/01/1993 to 06/01/1995V (Vehicle)78309/06/1995ODIHOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.08/16/199508/21/1995
Defect SummaryThe storage compartment at the rear of the unit does not have a specified storage weight limitation and can therefore be loaded beyond the manufacturer's intentions. also some units were designed with a fresh water tank located at the rear of the unit. as a result, these trailers exhibit reduced stability while being towed.
Consequence SummaryOverloading of the rear storage compartment especially with a full, rear-mounted fresh water tank, can cause reduced trailer stability and increase the potential for an accident.
Corrective SummaryDealers will place a label on the storage compartment to indicate the maximum storage weight capacity, will relocate the fresh water tank on the affected models, and install a hensley arrow hitch which will provide a better towing stability. the hensley arrow hitch will not be a required part for the remedy on the 1995 aluma-lite 31cfs travel trailer due to the unit's shorter length.
NotesSystem: suspension.vehicle description: 31' and 35' travel trailers which have a storage compartment at the rear of the unit.note: owners who take their vehicles to an authorized dealer on an agreed upon service date and do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time,should contact holiday rambler at 1-800-685-6545. also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's auto safety hotline at 1-800-424-9393.

Consumer Complaints

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 After arriving home, we discovered that the trailer roof had or was sagging on the front cusb side. it was sagged enough to leave standing water to the center of the unit. this has also caused a failure with the tv antenna in not being able to rotate it. we did notify mr. james sheldon, president of hrc of this new problem. after a six week wait for his response, he suggested that we take the unit to a hrc dealer for investigation. we advised that we were now setup for the winter in a camp ground. we asked, in as much has this was probably a result of the body jumping around for the past 24,000 miles, if they would have their dealer inspect on site. he refused. we left for nys the end of may stopping at our selling dealer, rhone's travel trailer in cogan station, pa for the roof insection. by this time, we had developed a leak in the front roof area. rhone's sevice manager exaimed the roof and said that the cure would be worse than the problem. they recoated the roof, fixed the leak, lubed the antenna base and charged us. hrc would not cover these repairs under the extended warrant they issued (due to the lack of bolting the body to the frame) or under the standard 5 year body warranty.