Harley-Davidson Issues Dual Recalls for 22,483 Motorcycles due to Clutch Issues
Harley-Davidson and federal regulators have announced two separate recalls affecting 22,483 Harley-Davidson motorcycles due to potential clutch problems.
About the Harley-Davidson Recalls
- According to Auto Evolution, Monday’s announcement covered two separate recalls, both dealing with clutch issues.
- The first recall affects 19,597 2014 motorcycles manufactured between May and October 2013.
- According to reports, the master clutch cylinders on these motorcycles may not allow air into the clutch system making it difficult to disengage the clutch.
- The second recall, affecting 2,886 motorcycles manufactured during the same period, may have been assembled with incorrect clutch release plates.
- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warns that these issues may result in difficulty slowing and stopping the motorcycles leading to an increased risk of crash.
Models Affected by the Recalls
Harley-Davidson models affected by the larger recall include:
- HD / FLHTCU
- HD / FLHTK
- HD / FLHTP
- HD / FLHX
- HD / FLHXS
- HD / FLHTKSE
- HD / FLHRSE
Models named in the smaller recall include:
- HD / FLHTCUTG
- HD / FXSBE
- HD / FLSTNSE
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