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Defective throttle prompts the recall of off-road utility cars

Posted on August 13, 2015 10:21 am under Automotive Defects

American SportWorks is recalling six models of American SportWorks Four Wheel Off-Road Utility Vehicles after learning about a defective throttle that may fail to return to idle, resulting in a crash hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported on Thursday, August 13.

About 3,500 affected units were distributed nationwide and sold at The Home Depot, Tractor Supply Company, Rural King, and other dealers between September 2014 and June 2015. Affected models are Kohler 277cc powered BullDog 300, ChuckWagon 300, and LandMaster 300 with the last six characters of the product identification number ranging from A11746 to A13294, and Honda 390cc powered TrailWagon 400, ChuckWagon 400, and LandMaster 400 with the last six characters of the product identification number ranging from A24835 to A26806.

Affected consumers are asked to contact the company for a scheduled repair at no cost.

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