Harley-Davidson recalls 105,000 motorcycles to replace faulty clutch

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Seven Islands Harley-Davidson Bandra (1)

Some of the Harley-Davidson owners may suffer an unscheduled visit to the service centre as the two-wheeler maker has recalled nearly 105,000 motorcycles from model year 2014 including three-wheeled trikes and custom designed bikes to replace faulty clutch. The affected motorcycles would get a rebuild clutch master cylinders for free.

Besides these 105,000 units, Harley-Davidson has also recalled about 1,384 motorcycles for potential fuel tank issues. Till now, 19 crashes have been reported because of the faulty clutch.

Harley Davidson Freewheeler (4)

Earlier this year, the American motorcycle manufacturer had recalled nearly 66,000 units citing a potential problem with the front wheel.

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