Harley Trikes recalled for electronic related brake issue | MY 19-20

Motorcycle Recall Notice

Today an official recall was issued for Harley-Davidson Trike models sold in Australia from March 12, 2018 through to November 5, 2019.

There are 363 trikes affected by this safety issue that relates to possible faulty brake application by the electronically controlled EHCU, that might stem from a faulty rear wheel speed signal.

The CVO Tri Glide, Tri Glide Ultra and Freewheeler are all affected and owners should contact Harley-Davidson to have the fault rectified at their earliest convenience.

Recall Notice

PRA No. 2019/18001
Date published 10 Dec 2019
Campaign Number 0175
Harley-Davidson Trike Models
Tri Glide Ultra (FLHTCUTG)
Freewheeler (FLRT)
Model Years 2019-2020
Affected Vehicles 363

What are the defects?

The electro-hydraulic control unit (EHCU) software may respond incorrectly to a faulty rear wheel speed signal by activating one of the rear brakes.

What are the hazards?

Unintended brake activation may increase the risk of an accident or injury to the vehicle occupants and other road users.

What should consumers do?

Affected consumers should contact their nearest Harley-Davidson Australia dealer immediately to schedule a safety recall service to install new software, free of charge.

To find a local dealer, visit HERE

For more information or immediate assistance, contact Harley-Davidson Australia Pty Ltd on 02 9886 0600 in Australia.

Harley Davidson CVO Tri Glide
Harley-Davidson CVO Tri-Glide

Source: MCNews.com.au

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