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Old 05-24-2018, 03:23 PM   #1
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We are John and Debbie of Melbourne, FL. We are retired and just purchased a 2014 Navion iQ 24V. We have limited objectives....see Florida First. However, it would be nice to be able to get up into the NC or Ga mountains somewhere and try to beat the summer heat.

Have had our steps go out. Looked like a ground wire pulled loose so I attached it. Then the radio/gps/cigarette lighter went dead. Replaced the fuse and they still don't work...but the steps work now!

Have a Takata air bag driver side needs replacing. MB in Melbourne initially said they had no way to track the part or to predict when it will be in and told me to call MB USA if that was a problem. I did and now they are saying that the part is on order, will be in soon, and they will call. Anybody else had experience with replacing their Takata air bag?
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We are John and Debbie of Melbourne, FL. We are retired and just purchased a 2014 Navion iQ 24V. We have limited objectives....see Florida First. However, it would be nice to be able to get up into the NC or Ga mountains somewhere and try to beat the summer heat.

Have had our steps go out. Looked like a ground wire pulled loose so I attached it. Then the radio/gps/cigarette lighter went dead. Replaced the fuse and they still don't work...but the steps work now!

Have a Takata air bag driver side needs replacing. MB in Melbourne initially said they had no way to track the part or to predict when it will be in and told me to call MB USA if that was a problem. I did and now they are saying that the part is on order, will be in soon, and they will call. Anybody else had experience with replacing their Takata air bag?

Howdy and welcome. Congrats on the retirement and the new RV. I wish I could help with the air bag question but unfortunately I'm clueless. Hopefully someone will see your post who has better information for you. (You might start a thread in the Class C motorhomes section about your Navion.)

Here's the thing about RVs... "it's always something." Have fun and be safe.
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Welcome! But no where in Georgia is cool in the Summer. No where!
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