Zero Motorcycle Recall Due to Insufficient Power Output
Recently, Zero Motorcycles has announced its recall on the 64 model year 2021 SR, S, DSR, DS, FX, and FXS motorcycles.
According to the report, the power output margin of the DC-DC converter is insufficient. This, hindering it to swiftly operate the anti-lock braking system (ABS), instruments, lights, indicators, and any accessories that are connected to the accessory outlet at once.
Due to this issue, the DC-DC converter can shut down when the power capacity has exceeded. Once the ABS, instruments, and lights are shut off, it could pose risks of a crash.
Are you an owner of any of the Zero motorcycles mentioned above? Have you experienced the said issues? Share your thoughts in this recall.
What You Need To Do
Zero confirmed that they will inform the owners about the recall. Meanwhile, dealers will take charge of replacing the DC-DC converter free of charge.
The recall is set to start on November 2, 2020.
Meanwhile, owners who may have other concerns may call Zero customer service at (888) 841-8085. The recall number for this is SV-ZMC-021-019.
Editor’s note on The Zero Motorcycles Recall:
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