Transport Canada Recall - 2021430 - ROADTREK
Please see corrective actions section below
2020 | ROADTREK | ZION, 2021 | ROADTREK | ZION
On a small number of motorhomes, a carbon monoxide detector was not installed. As a result, users would not be alerted if there was a carbon monoxide buildup inside the motorhome.
A buildup of carbon monoxide inside the motorhome could result in asphyxiation or carbon monoxide poisoning.
Roadtrek Inc. will notify owners by mail and request you to identify if your motorhome has a carbon monoxide and propane (CO/LP) detector or a LP only detector. If you have a LP only detector, Roadtrek will ship you a CO detector with instructions for installing it. To reduce the safety risk, Roadtrek recommends that you should open a window or vent when operating a fuel burning appliance until the CO detector is installed.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.