Having read your recall notice, it appears that FR is "waiting" for MB to engineer the solution.
Having said that, I will say that I don't think it has anything to do with MB or the MBS chassis. If that were the case, I think there would be a lot more MBS-based motorhomes being recalled. As far as I know, the Forest River manufactured units are the only ones.
So I completely understand how one would interpret the failure(s) and subsequent recall notice to mean that the issues are the fault of the chassis manufacturer and not the coach manufacturer.
All I'm saying is that I don't believe that to be accurate.
Interesting that the letter FR sent to the dealers
did not implicate MB at all in the failure. http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs...V465-2639.docx
I don't blame you for not wanting to get involved fixing the defect, nor do I blame you for not wanting to drive your MH until the recall solution is implemented. I have little to no interest in dealing with FR or any of their dealers unless absolutely necessary. I have found them to be difficult to deal with at best and incompetent at the worst. Which is why I came up with my own solution (based on the work others have posted here). So far, that modification has worked.