Re: Fuel Hose Wear - Potential Leak
Dear Ski-Doo®/Lynx® Snowmobile Owner,
This notice is sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Act. This is to inform you that your vehicle may contain a defect that could affect the safety of a person. BRP is conducting a safety recall.
This is also an emission-related recall in accordance with the U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA).
Our records show that you own a potentially affected vehicle.
What is the potential problem?
The exhaust gas temperature sensor (EGTS) harness could be rubbing against the E-TEC main injector fuel return hose. This could lead to fuel leaks.
Fire could occur in the presence of an ignition source. In some situations, this could result in serious property damages, injuries or even death.
Which models are involved?
Model Year 2023 Ski-Doo® and Lynx® models equipped with an 850 E-TEC Turbo R engine.
What will BRP do?
BRP will repair your vehicle at no charge to you (parts and labor). The repair is to properly secure the EGTS harness to the chassis and inspect the fuel return hose condition and replace the hose if any wear is observed. The procedure should take less than 1 hour to complete.
What should YOU do?
BRP recommends that customers avoid using their vehicle until the safety recall is completed. Schedule an appointment immediately with any authorized BRP Ski-Doo/Lynx dealer to have the safety recall repair performed on your vehicle. To find a dealer, see the end of this letter.
If you leased this vehicle :
- Send a copy of this letter to the lessee within ten working days after the day you received this letter.
- Do the same with any future letters about this safety recall.
What to do if you feel you have received this notice by mistake?
.This notice was mailed to you according to the most current information we have available.
If you know the current owner or operator, please forward this letter to them.
If there has been a change of ownership or you have a change of address, please notify BRP so we can update our records accordingly.
Note: This issue can lead to a fuel leak and may cause the vehicle to release air pollutants exceeding U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) resulting in potentially failing a state or local emissions inspection.
As defined in Title 40 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, as a manufacturer, we are also required to correct vehicles that may be emitting pollutants in excess of emission standards. These emission standards were established to protect the public health or welfare from air pollution.
Your safety and continued satisfaction with our products are a priority for us. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and remain committed to facilitating the process as much as we can.
Thank you for your immediate attention to this notice.
BRP Customer Services Department