Kawasaki Motors Pty Ltd — Kawasaki Mule Pro FX, Mule Pro FXT and Mule Pro FXT LE MY2015-2020
What are the defects?
When the vehicle is operated in low temperatures, water in the catch tank and breather tube may freeze, blocking the tube. This can result in increased pressure in the crankcase, causing oil to leak from the engine head area.
In addition, debris may collect on a depressed area of the exhaust manifold at an opening in the exhaust manifold cover.
What are the hazards?
Oil leaking from the engine head area or debris accumulated in the exhaust manifold may ignite, creating a fire hazard and increasing the risk of injury.
What should consumers do?
Kawasaki Motors will notify all affected owners by direct letter or email and advise them to make an appointment for repair.
For further information, consumers are urged to contact their nearest Authorised Kawasaki dealer by using the following link https://kawasaki.com.au/dealer-locator/ or alternatively contact Kawasaki Motors Pty Ltd by using the following link, https://kawasaki.com.au/faqs/
Kawasaki Authorised Mule Dealers
- 1 June 2014 - 6 January 2020
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.