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Yamaha Recalls Viking Off-Road Side-by-Side Vehicles Due to Accident and Injury Risks (Recall Alert)

Product name:

Side-by-side off-road vehicles Yamaha Viking

Danger:

Improperly installed rear brake lines can cause brake fluid leaks and reduce vehicle control, posing accident and injury risks.

retirement date:

September 29, 2022

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Description:

This recall involves model year 2022 Yamaha Viking Off-Road Side-by-Side three-passenger vehicles with model numbers YXM70VPANG/PHNH and YXM70VPRNC (Viking Ranch Edition). The recalled side-by-sides were sold in Copper Metallic, Hunter Green, and Tactical Green colors. The model name is printed on the left and right sides of the vehicle body. The model number is located on the top of the airbox. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) can be found on the vehicle frame behind the left rear wheel. VIN number ranges for retirees Yamaha Viking Off-Road Side-by-Side includes the following:

ME

model

VIN Start

End VIN

2022

YXM70VPANG

***********101648

***********101847

2022

YXM70HPVNH

***********101103

***********101122

2022

YXM70VPRNC (viking ranch edition)

***********101455

***********101634

resource:

Consumers should immediately stop using recalled vehicles and contact Yamaha Motor Corporation USA for a free inspection and repair. Yamaha is contacting all owners of record directly.

Incidents/Injuries:

The company has received four reports of incidents in which the brake line made contact with the driveshaft and caused brake fluid to leak. No injuries or accidents have been reported.

Sold in:

Authorized Yamaha Side-by-Side dealers nationwide from March 2022 through August 2022 for between $14,000 and $14,700.

Manufacturer(s):

Yamaha Engine Manufacturing Corporation. from America, from Newnan, Georgia

Dealers):

Yamaha Motor Corporation USA, of Cypress, California.

Made in:

USA

About the US CPSC

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with protecting the public from the unreasonable risk of injury or death associated with the use of thousands of types of consumer products. Deaths, injuries, and property damage from incidents involving consumer products cost the nation more than $1 trillion a year. CPSC’s work to ensure the safety of consumer products has contributed to a decline in the rate of injuries associated with consumer products over the past 50 years.

Federal law prohibits anyone from selling products subject to a recall ordered by the Commission or a voluntary recall conducted in consultation with the CPSC.

For information that saves lives:

Report unsafe product

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