Automotive recall

Transport Canada Recall - 2023011 - CANADIAN MOTOR IMPORT INC.

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Restricted-Use Vehicle recalled by CANADIAN MOTOR IMPORT INC.
Vehicle - Lights And Instruments
What to do

Please see corrective actions section below

Affected products

2022 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 400, 2022 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 600, 2022 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 500, 2022 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 1000 XL, 2022 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 1000, 2022 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 600, 2023 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 600, 2023 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 400, 2023 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 1000, 2023 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 1000 XL, 2023 | CFMOTO | UFORCE 600, 2023 | CFMOTO | CFORCE 500


On certain vehicles, a programming error could cause the hazard lights to turn on unexpectedly. As a result, you would no longer be able to signal your intention to turn with the turn signals.

Safety Risk:
Hazard lights that do not work properly could cause confusion. Additionally, turn signals that do not work may cause a person not to recognize that the vehicle intends to turn. Both of these conditions could increase the risk of a crash.

Corrective Actions:
CFMOTO recommends that you should not drive your vehicle until the recall repairs are completed. CFMOTO will notify owners by mail and instruct you to bring your vehicle to a dealership to inspect the manufacturing code on the flasher module. It will be replaced, if necessary.

Additional information


Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.

Original published date:
Alert / recall type
Automotive recall
Vehicles - A.T.V.
Vehicles - Restricted-Use Vehicle
Published by
Transport Canada
General public
Identification number
Transport Canada ID