Polaris Ranger, Pro XD, Gravely, and Bobcat Recall

Broken drive belts could cause a fire.

The Ranger 1000 is just one of multiple models affected by this latest recall.Polaris

Polaris is issuing a recall for a large number of Ranger 1000, Pro XD, Gravely, and Bobcat models. The recall affects more than 45,000 units globally across both the 2020 and 2021 model years. Polaris learned that in some instances of drive belt failure, the drive belt may strike the inner clutch cover assembly and fuel lines causing damage. Polaris currently knows of three instances of damaged fuel lines and fuel leaks. Two of these instances did result in fires, but thankfully nobody was injured and no extraneous property damage was reported.

To repair the issue, Polaris designed a new bracket for attachment at the clutch outlet duct that will protect the fuel lines in the event of a drive belt failure. The new bracket will be installed free of charge by your local dealer for all affected models.

The affected models in this recall include:

  • 2021–2021 Ranger 1000
  • 2021–2021 Ranger Crew 1000
  • 2020 Pro XD 2000G
  • 2020 Pro XD 4000G
  • 2020–2021 Gravely JSV3200
  • 2020–2021 Gravely JSV3400
  • 2020–2021 Gravely JSV6400
  • 2020 Bobcat UV34 4x4 Gas
  • 2020 Bobcat UV34 XL Gas
  • 2021 Bobcat UV34 4x4 Gas

Some of the same models from the recent Polaris throttle pedal recall are included in this list, so make sure you check with your dealer about getting both issues fixed at the same time. Polaris already started notifying dealers and owners of the recall, but if you want to check to see if your particular unit is included in this recall, you can head to the Off-Road Safety Recalls page. Just type in your VIN number and you will see all open recalls for your rig. If you prefer to do things on the phone, you can also call Polaris at (800) 765-2747.