The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posted a recall notice on Mar. 23, 2023, announcing the recall of select Kawasaki Motor’s lawn mower engines due to fire and burn hazards.
Why were the Kawasaki lawnmowers recalled?
According to the CPSC, the fuel pump cover can damage the high-pressure fuel line, causing it to leak and catch fire.
Kawasaki Motors received four incident reports of the high-pressure fuel lines leaking. One of the reports detailed a fire.
33,100 units are included in the recall.
What models of Ferris & SCAG riding lawnmowers are being recalled?
The recalled Kawasaki lawn mower engines include specific model numbers sold under the Ferris or SCAG brand names.
The following model numbers with the model years 2018 – 2022 in the Kawasaki FT730V-EFI series are included in the recall.
- IS 700Z ZTR
- ISX 800Z ZTR
- ISX 2200Z ZTR
- Tiger Cat II
- V- Ride II
For more information and details on the recalled models, consult the CPSC’s official recall notice.
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the recalled lawn mower engines.
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