Harley-Davidson Recalls 57,000 Motorcycles for Oil Leak
Iconic motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc. is calling back 57,000 of its 2017 model bikes in the U.S. to repair an oil cooler line that could come loose and spray oil onto the road ahead of the rear tire.
The problem is an incorrectly installed clamp. The Milwaukee-based company is aware of nine reports about the problem, include two that triggered a crash.
The recall, which is expected to begin on Tuesday, targets several of the Harley-Davidson’s Electra Glide, Road King and Street Glide models. Affected motorcycles were produced between July and early last month.
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