Holiday Rambler Monitor Lite

Holiday Rambler Monitor Lite 1982 model

Holiday Rambler Monitor Lite 1982 recalls


CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - WIRING - FRONT UNDERHOOD
82V132000HOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.from 07/01/1981 to 11/01/1982V (Vehicle)124412/17/1982MFRHOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.12/21/198201/17/1983
Defect SummaryThe routing and fastening of the auxiliary starter cable in the area of the engine compartment is fastened in such a fashion that it may, through contact with a frame member, chafe and create an electrical short.
Consequence Summary
Corrective SummaryThe auxiliary starter wiring will be refastened; in the event of any chafing, it will be replaced. this will be performed at no cost to owner.
NotesVehicle description: motor homes equipped with auxiliary starting systems.system: electrical; wiring harness.consequences of defect: should the shorting occur, there is a potential fordamage to the batteries and fire in the engine compartment, with resultinginjuries to vehicle passengers.
FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER - DELIVERY
83V031000HOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.from 02/01/1982 to 02/01/1983V (Vehicle)158703/14/1983MFRHOLIDAY RAMBLER CORP.03/17/198304/06/1983
Defect SummaryThe fuel switch on the dual fuel control has been wired incorrectly. the switch was wired in such a way that the driver could be pumping propane to the carburetor.
Consequence Summary
Corrective SummaryThe dealer will rewire the fuel select switch at no charge to owner.
NotesVehicle description: motor homes equipped with dual fuel selection gasolinesystems.system: fuel system; fuel select switch.consequences of defect: if the ignition key is in the on position, the engineis not running, the fuel select switch is in the propane position, and theprimer select switch is in the automatic prime position, the driver could beconstantly pumping propane to the carburetor. with these conditions present, anattempt to start the engine could result in a fire.