Textron Issues Recall for 2022-2023 Utility Vehicles Over Fuel Leak

ATV.com Staff
by ATV.com Staff
Photo credit: Textron - Recalled Prowler Pro Crew UTV

Textron Specialized Vehicles is recalling certain Prowler Pro and Tracker 800SX utility vehicles (UTVs) from the 2022 and 2023 model years. This recall affects approximately 10,300 units in the United States and about 1,000 units in Canada. The primary issue is that the fuel tank cap does not fit correctly, leading to fuel leaks around the filler neck and posing a potential fire hazard. There have been 48 reports of fuel leakage around the cap, though no injuries have been reported to date.

Models and Identification

The recall involves Prowler Pro, Prowler Pro Crew, Tracker 800SX, and Tracker 800SX Crew utility vehicles. These models were available in various colors, such as green, gray, red, fossil, and timber. The names "Prowler" or "Tracker" are stamped on the side of the cargo box. The vehicle identification number (VIN) includes an ā€œNā€ for 2022 models and a ā€œPā€ for 2023 models, located on the operator side of the frame under the cargo box.


Action Required

Owners of the affected vehicles should immediately stop using them and contact an authorized dealer for a free inspection and repair. Textron Specialized Vehicles is directly notifying all known purchasers to ensure they are aware of the recall and the necessary steps to take.


Sales and Distribution

These UTVs were sold nationwide at Arctic Cat and Tracker dealers, including Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's, and independent dealerships, from April 2021 through September 2023. The price range for these vehicles was between $14,000 and $22,000.


Manufacturer Information

The utility vehicles were manufactured by Textron Specialized Vehicles, based in Augusta, Georgia, and were made in the United States.


Contact Information

For more information, consumers can contact Textron Specialized Vehicles at 800-279-2281 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday, email arcticcatwarranty@textron.com, or visit the recall pages at Arctic Cat and Tracker Off Road.


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