BLOG-There was a 2014 Harley-Davidson clutch recall in the fall of 2013 in which they replace a plunger in the master cylinder. This is an entirely new clutch recall that came out September 8, 2014 in where the primary cup (seal) on the master cylinder piston develops a tear. In both cases the system may lose the ability to maintain sufficient lift to keep the clutch disengaged. This could allow the motorcycle to “creep” forward from a stop, which could lead to a loss of control of the vehicle possibly causing a crash. You should get this done right away.
Take your Harley Davidson to a dealer and they will rebuild the clutch mastercylinder using the recall kit at no charge of course. Below is the information to give your dealer.
- This is NHTSA RECALL CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 14V-537.
- Harley Davidson recall campaign number: 0159
Here is the full information and effected Harley-Davidson Models:
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