Sunday, October 30, 2011

Harley "Recall" 308.000 Unit

Harley-Davidson announced a massive improvement campaign against 308,000 units of motorcycles in the United States. "Recall" is performed according to the report of the Capital Market Supervisory Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Agency (NHTSA) that there is an indication of damage to the rear brake lights and potentially threatening the life of the rider.

Thus, the rear brake light switch effect of the hot exhaust system (muffler). In addition to making the rear lights do not light up, the condition is more severe, causing leaks in the brake fluid so that the rate freeze was not functioning. Until the campaign is done, there were an accident, just how many injuries or life is unclear.

Harley writes, this problem occurs in three models, the Touring, CVO Touring and Trike production results 2009 to 2012. Precisely, these motors are produced 6 June 2008 to 12 September 2011. Harley admitted immediately contacted all its customers to bring the unit to the nearest dealer for repairs, free of charge.

In the United States alone, the population of the three models is problematic to 251,000 units. The rest are exported to all over the world!

source: kompas.com