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Defender - Commander - Maverick Trail - Maverick Sport

Fuel Hose Assembly Internal Damage - Potential Fuel Leak  


Dear BRP Customer, 


BRP has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in some vehicles and is conducting a safety recall. BRP has reported this matter to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.


This is also an emission-related recall in accordance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB).


Our records show that you own a potentially affected vehicle.


What is the potential problem? 

Some vehicles were assembled with a fuel hose assembly that may have internal damage which could lead to a fuel leak.


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?


Specific serial numbers of model year 2023 Can-Am® Commander series, Defender series, Maverick Trail and Sport series equipped with a HD7, HD9, HD10, 1000 or 1000R engines. 


What should you do?

  • Contact immediately your authorized BRP Can-Am dealer and schedule an appointment to have the safety recall performed on your vehicle.

  • The repair is to replace the fuel hose assembly. The procedure should take less than an hour.

  • BRP will repair your vehicle at no cost.

  • BRP recommends that customers avoid using their vehicle until the repair is performed.


  • 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 no longer own this vehicle or some information regarding your name or address are incorrect, please contact BRP at your earliest convenience.


Note: A defective fuel hose which can lead to a fuel leak may cause the vehicle to release air pollutants exceeding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)  standards resulting in potentially failing a state or local emissions inspection.

As defined in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the California Code of Regulations and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 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 matter. 




BRP Customer Services Department


If you have questions or need assistance, or to find the nearest authorized BRP dealer:

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More information is available on the CPSC website.