Honda motorcycle recalled in the US
Some 45,153 various models of Honda motorcycles are being recalled in the U.S. to repair a problem that can cause the motorcycles to stall during operation.
Reports said operators of the recalled motorcycles are at high risk of sustaining injuries if the engines unexpectedly stop during operation due to power loss. The problem was linked to a manufacturing error in the starter relay switch of the motorcycles. Though Honda initially issued the recall for early July, they expanded the recall to cover recent motorcycle models. Honda stated that they will repair the relay switches of the affected bikes for free.
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