CONSUMERS who purchased Adventure Kings Neoprene seat covers between January 3 and March 7, 2019, have purchased a defective product, though they’ve probably already figured out for themselves there was a problem with the seat covers.
Why? Well, the product was packaged incorrectly and only contains seat covers suitable for installation on one side of the vehicle, rather than separate driver side and passenger side covers. So anyone who’s installed the seats should’ve (ahem) tweaked that something was amiss.
While it mightn’t seem like the most serious of recalls, an incorrectly fitted seat cover could inhibit airbag deployment.
The Neoprene seat covers (specifically, Batch 6323 – the label can be found stitched into the seat cover) were supplied by Outdoor Supercentre and were available at many 4WD parts and accessory stores right across Australia.
If this recall impacts you, de-robe your front pews and complete the online repair/warranty form found here: https://service.4wdsupacentre.com.au/returns
A full refund or a replacement product will be offered.