2020–2021 Polaris Ranger and Pro XD Recalled for Throttle Issues

More than 15,000 units sold in the US and Canada are affected by this recall.

The Polaris Ranger 1000 and XP 1000 family are all covered under this new recall.Polaris

Polaris has announced a recall that affects owners in both the private and commercial sectors. Several Ranger and Pro XD models from the 2020 and 2021 model years could have a faulty throttle pedal assembly that may stick or slowly return to idle.

There are about 15,800 units in this recall, with 711 of those being sold in the Canadian market. All of the units covered under this recall were sold from April 2020 through January 2021. The total list of potentially affected UTVs is as follows:

  • 2020–2021 Polaris Ranger 1000
  • 2020–2021 Polaris Ranger Crew 1000
  • 2020–2021 Polaris Ranger XP 1000
  • 2020–2021 Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000
  • 2020 Polaris Pro XD 2000G
  • 2020 Polaris Pro XD 2000G H
  • 2020 Polaris Pro XD 4000G
  • 2020 Polaris Pro XD 4000G H
The commercial line of Polaris Pro XD models are included in this recall.Polaris

Polaris should be contacting all owners, but if you are worried that your UTV could be part of this recall and want to check, head to the Polaris Off-Road Safety Recall site and enter your VIN. You can find your VIN stamped on the driver-side frame rail under the cargo bed of your UTV.

To date there have been 52 reports of the problematic throttle. While there have been six reported crashes that resulted in property damage, thankfully there have been no injuries. If your Ranger or Pro XD is part of the recall, contact your local Polaris dealer to get a repair scheduled. The fix is free, so there is no reason to delay.

If you have any other questions about the recall, you can contact Polaris directly by calling (800) 765-2747.

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