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Harley-Davidson Issues Motorcycle Recall

The recall applies to all 2012 VRSCDX motorcycles and some 2013 models to repair a potential problem with the license plate bracket. Approximately 2,798 vehicles will be recalled. The company will begin notifying owners Nov. 5, and dealers are asked to inspect and repair any affected bikes free of charge.

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Harley-Davidson has issued a recall on all model year 2012 and certain 2013 VRSCDX motorcycles to repair a potential problem with the license plate bracket.

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"The license plate bracket assembly’s mounting screws may loosen and the assembly may separate from the rear fender," said the National Highway Transportation Safety Commission (NHTSA). "This condition may lead to contact with the rear tire, which could cause the license plate bracket to rotate, possibly damaging the rear brake line.

"If the license plate bracket contact with the rear brake line remains undetected, it may affect rear brake performance, increasing the risk of a crash," NHTSA continued.

The recall (No. 12V503000; Harley-Davidson Recall 0148) potentially affects 2,798 vehicles. The company will notify owners starting Nov. 5. Dealers are asked to inspect and repair any affected bikes free of charge.

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