(WKOW) – Bombardier Motor Corp. is recalling about 3,300 of its Can-Am Spyder roadsters.
The company said a pin securing the brake pedal connecting rod can fall off and possibly cause an accident. According to the company, no injuries have been reported in documents filed with the government.
The recall covers the 2010 model of the Spyder. Bombardier said it will notify owners and the dealers will replace the pins for free.
If customers have any questions, they can call Bombardier at 888-638-5397 for more details.
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