Triumph is recalling 5 of its models for a fault which includes the clutch cable and wiring harness.
Triumph has issued a recall for many of its motorcycles, for a potential fault which might occur with its wiring harness. The recall is being done in the USA and the issue might plague more than 12,000 motorcycles.
The recall covers the motorcycles in Triumph’s modern classic range. The affected models are the 2016-2019 Bonneville T120 and the Bonneville T120 Black, 2017-2019 Bonneville T100 and T100 Black, 2017-2018 Street Cup and Street Scrambler and 2016-2018 Street Twin motorcycles.
According to the traffic and highway regulatory authorities, the clutch cable may come in contact with the main wiring harness cover and cause damage to the existing wiring. This might lead to a loss of electrical power in various electrical circuits of the motorcycle and might cause further damage to the motorcycle.
The British motorcycle manufacturer will notify this to the owners of the affected motorcycles. The dealers will replace the original securing guide for the clutch cable and the main harness with a newly designed one, eliminating the chances of any fault in the future. Owners could also get in touch with the dealerships themselves. The replacements will occur free of cost.
There is no official word if any of the Triumph motorcycles in India are likely to be affected by this fault. However, owners of Triumph motorcycles might also go their official website and check their VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) to see if their motorcycle is affected by the recall.
Triumph Bikes Recalled
– The issue has plagued more than 12,000 motorcycles globally
– It is due to a faulty clutch cable guide coming in contact with the main wiring harness
– The recall is issued in the USA; no official word on any Triumph motorcycle in India