i agree as i experienced it Friday.ever try to maneuver an ill running motorcycle over 2 lanes of commute traffic
If they did have a recall, they would just replace it with the same weak connector that's already on there.
I think if I had a C5 that's apparently prone to the problem, I'd reroute the the ground wire to a different site an the frame where the vibration might be a different frequency.Bare
Kawasaki has issued a recall for the W800 due to defects in the electrical wiring and throttle body holder.The recall applies to one model of the W800. It apples to 5,973 bikes built from December 17, 2010, to December 4, 2015.For the electrical wiring defect, the wiring isn't installed properly and there is friction between wiring and parts of the frame. Over time, the wiring's coating could wear away and cause a short circuit. In a worst case scenario, this could cause the engine to die while riding...As a measure to rectify the electrical wiring defect, all models are undergoing inspection and damaged parts are being replaced. In addition, a new protective cover is being added and the routing is being changed...There have been 11 reported problems due to the defect but no accidents reported...
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