Kawasaki Recall The 2011 Ninja ZX10R

Posted by admin Monday, August 1, 2011 1 komentar
Kawasaki was forced to recall from the market variant of Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and ZX-10R ABS. Kawasaki's North America division received a message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which announced a two-body problem in wiring the motor sport.

NHTSA found a problem in the 2560 Ninja ZX-10R unit, declared an alert occurs a short circuit between the cable and fairing. Or in cable friction movement, which can lead to engine stopped abruptly. This could lead to accidents that endanger the driver.

"Chances are this initerjadi because the cable pinched between the rear frame and rear fender or the rear cover bolts subfrrame seat. It can damage the cord and produce a short circuit between the wires and frames, which can lead to engine stopped suddenly," said NHTSA.

Kawasaki has not provided a schedule appeal to the owner of the motor. But they can directly contact the Kawasaki or authorized repair shop. As for the repairs, done for free for consumers.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R 2011 is a bike with 998cc power, 16-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled inline-four engine, capable of developing 197 horsepower (or 207 horsepower with the ram air in full effect).

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Anonymous said...

The m 109 r 2011 Limited Edition Suzuki boulevard Should also be looked at, I have the candy max orange Model. The warranty just ran out July 14th, Which I was informed of by a corporation operator As I was trying to make a claim. Which is the risers The forks And handlebars All have an alignment issue. To put it As 1 would Visually look at it," The whole damn thing is crooked." The other years Of that model I do not know of. But my 2011 I bought that way Right of the showroom floor. 2 weeks later when I went back to report the issue Same ol same color was on the showroom floor and had the same crooked problem. M.D.Vargas
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