Harley Davidson has announced the recall of over 250,000 bikes. These bikes are model years 2009 to 2012, and include Harley Davidson touring motorcycles, trikes and models from its Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO). These bikes are having issues with the rear brake light switch.
Harley Davidson stated the problem the exhaust system is causing the rear brake light switch to malfunction. This can cause the rear brake light to come on when no brakes are applied or not turn on when brakes are applied. This failure will give drivers behind these vehicles mixed signals which could result in accidents. Additionally, Harley Davidson has stated that this excess heat could result in a brake fluid leak, which could cause the brakes to fail altogether. This most definitely could result in an accident.
Harley Davidson has stated that this recall will begin on October 31, 2011 and consumers will not be charged for the fix to this problem. If you own a 2009 to 2012 Harley Davidson, take it into your local authorized Harley Davidson dealership immediately to deal with this problem.
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