Harley-Davidson is voluntarily recalling 57,138 of its motorcycles worldwide including 45,589 bikes in the United States, in order to fix a clamp that was incorrectly fitted on to an oil line.
When you’ve only got two wheels, it’s a good idea to keep them from getting covered in oil. That’s the reason behind Harley-Davidson’s latest recall.
“This is a voluntary recall in the interest of customer safety,” Harley said in a statement.
Motorcycles requiring repairs will be fixed at no cost to the customer, the company said.
Harley-Davidson will inspect every recalled bike, and if the clamps are found to be wonky, they will be replaced and secured at no cost to the owner.
Check your VIN at Harley’s site or call your local Harley dealer. If your Harley is affected by the recall, do not attempt to repair your own bike!!! See an authorized Harley Davidson dealer.