Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki announced that it will be recalling 11,097 motorcycles with electrical problem, a report said on Friday, August 9.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the recall affects the 2013 model of the Ninja 300. This motorcycles have been found to have an issue with the Electrical Control Unit (ECU), which can cause the motorcycle to stall when the operator decreases their speed.
Complaints surfaced after the safety agency discovered that owners of the new Ninja 300 complained of stalling when throttle is reduced in a forum. Kawasaki will notify affected owners that it will be fixing the issue for free this month by changing the ECU of the motorcycle.
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