Honda ST1300A & ST1300P Motorcycles recall

Honda issues a recall of its 2008 to 2011 ST1300A and ST1300P motorcycle models
 
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  • Updated:27 Jul 2011
 

01.Honda ST1300A and ST1300P Motorcycles recall

Due to the piping design of Honda's ST1300A and ST1300P motorcycles on the 2008 to 2011 models, the rear brake reservoir hose is able to repeatedly contact the speed sensor guide and a sharp edge on the rear swingarm during normal suspension operation. This can cause the hose to become damaged and, if left unattended, finally penetrate the outer casing of the hose, allowing fluid to leak. In the worst case, the rear brake opertaion may be affected.

Identifying features

VIN Range

ST1300A 2008:
JH2SC51U*8K610001 - JH2SC51U*8K610056
JH2SC51U*8M600001 - JH2SC51U*8M600217
 
ST1300A 2009:
JH2SC51U*9K700001 - JH2SC51U*9K700057
 
ST1300A 2010:
JH2SC51U*AK800001 - JH2SC51U*AK800132
 
ST1300P 2011:
JH2SC51U*BK800001 - JH2SC51U*BK800012

Target number: 412

Supplier

Honda Australia MPE Pty Ltd

What should consumers do?

Owners of affected vehicles will be contacted by mail. Owners are advised to present their machine at their nearest Honda dealer for modification. The Dealer will carry out the fitting of a new rear brake reservoir hose, at no charge to the owner.

 

Information sourced from Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) Product safety recalls

 
 

 

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