Harley-Davidson Recalls 30,000 Motorcycles
Harley-Davidson has issued a voluntary recall for nearly 30,000 motorcycles do to safety issues associated with a motorcycles’ hydraulic clutch system.
Details on the Harley-Davidson Recall
- According to Fox 6 News, Harley-Davidson initiated the recall while the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was closed during the government shutdown.
- The hydraulic clutch system on some Touring motorcycles and Softail CVOs and Trikes may not generate enough lift to disengage that clutch.
- As a result, the rider may have difficulty slowing the motorcycle down and be at an increased risk of being involved in an accident.
- Harley-Davidson has issued Do Not Ride notices to owners of the affected motorcycles and Do Not Deliver notices to dealers.
Models Affected by the Harley Davidson Recall
- Touring Motorcycle 2014 Models
- 2014 Softail CVOs and Trikes Models
- All models were manufactured between May 3 and October 14.
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