Oct 242011
 

Harley-Davidson is recalling about 308,000 motorcycles to fix a switch problem that can cause failure of the brake lights and possibly even the rear brakes themselves stack ball.

The company says in government documents that brake light switches can be exposed to too much heat from the exhaust system. The brake lights can fail, and the problem also can cause fluid leaks and the loss of rear brakes mahjong free windows 10.

The problem affects Touring, CVO Touring and Trike vehicles from the 2009 through 2012 model years.

Harley says it will notify owners of the recall apps lassen sich nichten. Dealers will install a rear brake light switch kit free of charge.

The recall affects about 251,000 motorcycles in the U.S. alone.

According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the problem was first identified in June 2010 after a Harley-Davidson Trike model lost rear brake function due to a fluid leak adobe photoshop elements 11en. A month later, Harley-Davidson received a report of an alledged crash with a similar problem.

 

Here’s a full list of the units and model years affected:

H-D / FLHP                2009-2012
H-D / FLHPE             2009-2011
H-D / FLHR               2009-2012
H-D / FLHRC            2009-2012
H-D / FLHT               2009-2010
H-D / FLHTC            2009-2012
H-D / FLHTCU         2009-2012
H-D / FLHTCUSE4             2009
H-D / FLHTCUSE5             2010
H-D / FLHTCUSE6             2011
H-D / FLHTCUSE7             2012
H-D / FLHTCUTG             2009-2012
H-D / FLHTK             2010-2012
H-D / FLHTP             2009-2012
H-D / FLHX               2009-2012
H-D / FLHXSE          2010
H-D / FLHXSE2        2011
H-D / FLHXSE3             2012
H-D / FLHXXX             2011
H-D / FLTR                   2009
H-D / FLTRSE3            2009
H-D / FLTRU               2010-2012
H-D / FLTRUSE          2011
H-D / FLTRX               2010-2012
H-D / FLTRXSE         2012

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