Just to point out - the class action lawsuit is NOT the same as the recall information posted above. The lawsuit is claiming that there are later versions, and different models not covered in the recall, that have had problems, and those owners should be compensated for the cost (or potential cost).
But that begs the question - if the additional models are potential fire hazards, how big is the issue, and is there a "fix" available? All well and good you get a check for $50 (or whatever), but if all you can spend it on is by keeping everything the same, is it really worth anything? If this too is a serious safety issue, why shouldn't the company be forced to expand the recall, rather than just give a rebate? This smacks more of lawyers makin' money at either the expense of doing the right thing (forcing an actual fix to the problem) - or by greatly exaggerating the potential for an issue.
2012 Ford F-150 Eco, Max/Max
Jayco 26.5 RLS, Reese Sidewinder