Kawasaki KLX250T9/TA/TB and KLX250WAF motorcycle recall

Kawasaki recalls motorcycles with fuel tank leakage potential
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  • Updated:13 Jul 2011

01.Kawasaki motorcycle recall

Kawasaki—KLX250T9/TA/TB and KLX250WAF

Product description

  • KLX250T9F - 2009 KLX250S
  • KLX250TAF - 2010 KLX250S
  • KLX250TBF - 2011 KLX250S
  • KLX250WAF - 2011 KLX250SF

VIN range

  • KLX250T9/TA/TB - JKALXMT1#9DA00033 to JKALXMT1#BDA10589
  • KLX250WAF - JKALXMW1#ADA033777 to JKALXMW1#ADA03551

What are the hazards?

The fuel tank may leak from cracks at the spot weld(s) on the side mount tabs due to stress caused by excessive clearance between the fuel tank and the frame-mounted rubber damper. Fuel leakage in the presence of a spark or flame may cause a fire or explosion, possibly resulting in injury or death.

What should consumers do?

Kawasaki will write to owners of affected vehicles. Owners are advised to return the affected vehicles to their authorised Kawasaki dealer who will perform the necessary repairs free of charge.


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



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