Approximately 700 Cub Cadet 4 x 4 EFI Volunteer Utility Vehicles are being recalled by the manufacturer, MTD of Brownsville, Tennessee, due to excessive heat that causes the wiring harness to melt. MTD has received five reports of heat damage to the vehicle, but there have been no reports of personal injury. The recalled utility vehicle is a four-wheel drive vehicle with “Cub Cadet, Tracker Edition” printed on the side panel. This vehicle has roll over protection and an open cargo bed in the back with “Volunteer” printed on the side. It is equipped with a Kohler electronic fuel-injected engine. The model/serial plate is located under the driver’s seat. The recalled vehicles were sold at Cub Cadet dealerships and Bass Pro retail outlets nationwide under the Cub Cadet brand name from March 2008 through April 2008. For more information, contact the firm at (888) 848-6038.
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