Originally Posted by Doubletap
When you buy a new automobile the dealer is suppose to take care of any recalls before delivery.
Recalls normally happen long after delivery of new vehicles... often years later. I have received letters from the manufacturers of my cars if there was a recall.
Same with the RV. If there is a recall on my Chevy based B, I would expect to receive a letter from Chevrolet and for them to set up repairs.
As to the converter of the B, I would expect them to inform me if there was a recall on the fridge or AC or whatever else they added to my vehicle. They have no responsibility as to the part built by GM.
If you want to learn about new Promaster air bags, call Dodge and ask. I wouldn't expect the 2016s to have the Takatas that seem to affect cars manufactured from 2002-2015. It isn't merely Toyota, but BMW, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota.
Looks like everyone was using this company, but perhaps not for every model.