Harley-Davidson Recalls 9,100 Motorcycles Due to Defective Fuel Gauge

Harley-Davidson Recalls 9,100 Motorcycles Due to Defective Fuel Gauge

Posted By Golomb & Honik || 28-Apr-2014

Harley-Davidson has initiated a recall of approximately 9,100 motorcycles due to a fuel gauge issue that can result in the motorcycle running out of fuel and stalling. The recall covers the following vehicle models:

  • 2013-2014 FXSB Breakout
  • 2013-2014 FXSBSE CVO Breakout

These motorcycles were built between March 20, 2012 and March 10, 2014.

According to a report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Harley-Davidson become aware of the issue in January when one of their engineers ran out of fuel during a motorcycle ride. After investigating the issue, the motorcycle manufacturer determined that a suspension difference altered the fuel tank angle by about 3 degrees, resulting in fuel level readings that were inaccurate. As part of the recall, Harley-Davidson plans to update the software for the fuel level sensor.

No injuries have been reported in association with the recalled motorcycles; however, this is a dangerous issue that requires prompt attention. If you suffered an injury caused by one of these recalled Harley-Davidson motorcycles, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. The experienced defective vehicle attorneys at Golomb & Honik have been fighting for the rights of injured victims for nearly three decades. We have the resources to investigate your case and hold the negligent manufacturer accountable for your damages.

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