Zero Motorcycles announced the recall of its motorcyclesNovember 25, 2020
NHTSA announces voluntary recall of nearly 600 Zero Motorcycles.
Zero Motorcycles is launching a recall campaign affecting 659 Zero SR / F and Zero SR / S motorcycles manufactured from February 14 to June 19, 2020, according to the VIN codes indicated in the corresponding application.
The reason for the recall was an incorrect installation of the front brake, as a result of which moisture can enter the system, which, in turn, will affect the braking force and can damage the system. In addition, there is a possibility that the rear brake light will turn off and that the cruise control cannot be turned off when the brake lever is pressed, and when the lever is released, the motorcycle may spontaneously accelerate.
Representatives of the company will inform the owners of these models about the need to provide the motorcycle to the nearest service center for free repair. It’s worth noting that the recall campaign began shortly after Harley-Davidson recalled nearly 1,000 of its LiveWire electric bikes, built on the same platform as Zero Motorcycles.
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