Bombardier Recreational Products Recalls the Can-AM Spyder for a brake fluid leak.

Do you own a 2013 Can-AM Spyder Motorcycles that you think is a lemon?

  • 2013 Can-AM Spyder RT
  • 2013 Can-AM Spyder ST
Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) is recalling certain model year 2013 Can-Am Spyder RT series and ST series motorcycles. The tandem brake master cylinder manifold inlet may melt allowing the brake fluid to leak out.
Brake fluid may leak onto a heat source, increasing the risk of a fire.

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