Harley-Davidson Recalling More Than 3,300 Motorcycles for Ignition Switch Issue
The recalls continue, but this time its not for an automaker.
Ignition switch problems have now turned up in Harley-Davidson Motorcycles.
They are recalling more than 3,300 FXDL Dyna Low Rider bikes from the 2014 1/2 model year.
The motorcycle manufacturer says the modified motorcycles that rev higher than 5,600 RPMs will cause an engine mount bracket to vibrate excessively. The vibration can turn the switches from “run” to “accessory” and shut off the engine that could cause a crash.
There have been no crashes or injuries reported.
Dealers will replace the bracket assembly and ignition switch knob for free. Harley-Davidson began notifying owners in late July.
Check if your bike has been recalled here.