1075

Featherlite 1075 (1998) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (1997) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (1996) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (1995) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (1994) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (2006) – 12V201000

Vehicle recall defect – Featherlite Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006-2012 Trailers Equipped With A Meritor Axle. The Bearing System Has Exhibited Low Durability Life In Certain Vehicle Applications.


Featherlite 1075 (2004) – 03V501000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Custom Built Specialty Trailers Equipped With Dexter Axles And Crewson Automatic Slack Adjusters, The Push Rod Arms On The Axle Brakes Are Too Long.


Featherlite 1075 (2003) – 03V501000

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Custom Built Specialty Trailers Equipped With Dexter Axles And Crewson Automatic Slack Adjusters, The Push Rod Arms On The Axle Brakes Are Too Long.


Featherlite 1075 (2000) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.


Featherlite 1075 (1999) – 02V210009

Vehicle recall defect – On Certain Trailers Equipped With Spring Brake Control Valve Assemblies. There Is A Recessed Area On Top Of The Valve In Which A Brass Guide Pin Fits Down Inside The Body Of The Valve And Is Held In Place By A Steel Snap Ring. The Recessed Area Allows Accumulation Of Water, Dirt, And/Or Chemicals To Build Up Behind The Snap Ring To The Point Where It Will No Longer Contain The Guide Pin Resulting In A Failure Of The Air Valve.