Kawasaki recalls Utility Vehicles, Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles and All- Terrain Vehicles due to fire hazard.
1) Name of Product: Mule SX™, Mule 4010, Mule 4010 Trans 4×4®, Mule 4000, Mule PRO-FX™, Mule PRO-FXT™, Mule PRO-DX™, Mule PRO-DXT™, Teryx, Teryx4 and Brute Force 750 4x4i.
Hazard: The fuel pump/fuel level sensor retainer plate may have a hairline crack. Long term usage may extend the hairline crack potentially causing the retainer to fail and possibly allowing the fuel pump to separate from the fuel tank, resulting in the possibility of a fuel leak and potential risk of fire.
Description: The recall involves 2017 model year Kawasaki Mule utility vehicles, Teryx, and Teryx4 recreational off-highway vehicles, and Brute Force 750 all-terrain vehicles.
Remedy: The repair consists of replacing the fuel pump/fuel level sensor retainer plate.
2) Name of Product: MULE PRO-FX™, MULE PRO-FXT™, MULE PRO-DX™ and MULE PRO-DXT™ Side X Side vehicles.
Hazard: The front floor cover can be punctured by a foreign object and present a risk of injury to vehicle occupants.
Incidents/Injuries: Two reports of incidents including injury to one operator.
Description: The recall involves 2015 – 2017 model year MULE PRO-FX and MULE PRO-FXT and 2016 and 2017 model year MULE PRO-DX and MULE PRO-DXT.
Remedy: The repair consists of installing front floor cover guards and replacing a damaged, unserviceable front floor cover.
3) Name of Product: Teryx and Teryx4 recreational off-highway vehicles
Hazard: The vehicle’s floor board can allow a stick or other debris to break through and protrude into the foot rest area, posing an injury hazard to the operator and front passenger.
Incidents/Injuries: 628 warranty claims including eight reports of debris breaking through the floor boards of the vehicles resulting in eight injuries to riders’ lower extremities.
Description: The recall involves 2012 and 2013 model year Teryx4 750 4×4 (four seats) and 2014, 2015, 2016 model year Teryx 800 4×4 (two seats) and Teryx4 800 4×4 (four seats) recreational off-highway vehicles.
Remedy: The repair consists of installing floor board guards and replacing damaged unserviceable floor boards.
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