Can-Am announced the recall of certain Commander, Defender, and Maverick Trail & Sport models due to a defective fuel hose assembly that could cause a fire. Below are the details.
Name of Product: Model Year 2023 Can-Am side-by-side vehicles
Hazard: The recalled vehicles can have a defective fuel hose assembly which could lead to a fuel leak, posing a fire hazard.
Remedy: Repair Recall Date: February 09, 2023
Units: About 3,310
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