Harley-Davidson Recalls Quarter Million Units for Brake Light Issue

Harley-Davidson is recalling over a quarter of a million CVO, Touring and Trike models manufactured from 2008, to 2010 for problems with the rear brake light switch. According to the official recall notice,  250,757 models were manufactured in a way in which the switch can be affected by heat from the exhaust causing it not to work or to activate when no brake has been applied.  The problem could also cause a brake fluid leak, affecting the brake's performance, which could result in a crash.

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  1. Just put a stabilizer on it and it will take care of the wobble. It was 170.00 some. well worth the money. No wobble at any speed on my 2011 FLHX. The one I picked up from J&P attaches to the starter mounting and to the frame under the seat. Adjust so that it is Loose when riders weight is on the bike. better to spend the money if your life is worth saving. Do not wait for Harley to recall it may be to LATE!

  2. Why don't they issue a recall on the low speed front end wobble on the late model touring bikes? Hell that is a serious issue.

  3. Second recall in a year….Com'n people…our lives are at stake here…slow it down and build things right…or is this what happens when you out source parts?

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