Dangerous Snowmobile Fuel Leak Can Cause Risk of Fire

If you purchased a Ski-Doo snowmobile 2022 model, you might have a defective fuel injector hose. Please follow the recall instructions if you have purchased a Bombardier Recreational Product Skidoo listed below. The fuel injector hose may not be adequately tightened on specific snowmobile models, resulting in possible fuel leaks. The snowmobile fuel leak could cause a risk of fire or explosion, which could cause serious injury.

Ski-Doo snowmobile recalled due to fuel leak danger.

Important Ski-Doo Snowmobile Recall Alert 2022

Bombardier Recreational Products have recalled the snowmobiles listed below. BRP will notify all owners by mail, but if you may have missed the letter, we hope this post will help.

Product Recall:  Snowmobile Models by BPR


Issue: Vehicle – Fuel Supply

Safety Risk: A fuel leak can create the risk of a fire.

Special Note: This recall only affects snowmobiles equipped with an 850 E-TEC or 850 E-TEC Turbo engine.

What to do If You Purchased a 2022 Ski-Doo Snowmobile

If you purchased any of the defective snowmobiles below, take your snowmobile to a dealership so that they can inspect it, and, if needed, they will install a new fuel injector hose retainer screw.

  • 2022 SKI-DOO MXZ

Special Note: This recall only affects snowmobiles equipped with an 850 E-TEC or 850 E-TEC Turbo engine. 

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Most products are safe and do not have manufacturer recalls. But some products are recalled due to safety concerns. BRP found that a few 2022 snowmobile models may have a serious safety issue, and they very responsibly put out a safety warning to all buyers.

There were roughly 4600 sales of the snowmobile models that may require the fuel line to be secured and tightened. Named as one of the best injury law firms in Ontario, Canada, our defective product lawyers are experienced with snowmobile recalls that cause serious injury.

Following these recall instructions could potentially avoid a serious injury like a fire or explosion. Our Mississauga injury lawyers are here to help whenever you have a question regarding a possible injury or wrongful death claim.

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A snowmobile accident can occur for many reasons. Possibly driver inexperience, alcohol intoxication, or a defective product. If you have suffered a serious injury in a snowmobile accident or by a defective product related to a snowmobile, you may have cause to file an insurance claim against the manufacturer.

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