BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)—Can-Am All Terrain Vehicle
What are the defects?
An electrical short circuit to the ground of the DPS Software
What are the hazards?
An electrical short circuit to the DPS software can cause the vehicle to suddenly steer left on its own and in some situations,the operator could lose control of the vehicle.
What should consumers do?
Dealers have contacted consumers by mail. Consumers are requested to update the DPS Software at a local dealer. The new software has the ability to detect a short circuit and disable the DPS to prevent undesired steering. If the consumer wishes to use their vehicle before the DPS software is updated, they should disable DPS electrical system by removing DPS fuse.
BRP Can-Am Dealers
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.