John Deere Recalls Gator Utility Vehicles Due To Crash Hazard

Gator Utility Vehicle recallMoline, Illinois (April 12, 2017) — Consumers who own certain crossover John Deere Gator Utility Vehicles are being asked to stop driving them and take them in for repairs after the manufacturer announced a problem with the dust boot on the throttle cable that can come loose.

If this happens the vehicle may not slow down or stop, posing a crash hazard. So far, the company has received two reports of the dust boot on the throttle cable coming loose, but there are no injuries involved.

The problem has led to a nationwide recall of 8,500 units by Deere & Company, manufacturers of John Deere vehicles and equipment.

Specifically the Gator Utility Vehicles sold between January 2016 and March 2017.

The manufacturer stated it is contacting all registered owners of the recalled vehicles.

The high-performance Gator vehicles, which feature side-by-side seating for two or four people, are used to hit the trails, or various other tasks such as  hunting or light-duty hauling. The vehicles are built to top speeds of more than 45 mph.

The recalled vehicles are model numbers XUV590i or XUV590i S4. The vehicles have the numbers printed on the hood and the “John Deere” and “Gator” brand names printed on the cargo box, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Owners of these vehicles may locate the serial number that begins with 1M0590 on the frame at the back of the machine above the hitch.

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Motorists who are grappling with ongoing problems with their John Deere Gator Utility Vehicle or another vehicle, could be eligible for compensation under California and or Federal Lemon Laws.

Johnson Attorneys Group is dedicated to helping people and has served thousands of clients over the years. We helped them resolve their lemon law and cases involving personal injuries due to defective vehicles. Find out if we can help you. Call us for a FREE CONSULTATION at 800-235-6801. In cases involving lemon law, attorneys fees do not come out of your settlement because the manufacturer is required to pay them directly to us under California Lemon Laws. Personal injury cases involving separate contingency fees.




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