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Thousands of Harley-Davidson motorcycles with fuel gauge issue recalled

More than 9,000 Harley-Davidson Softail motorcycles were recently recalled due to potential engine-stalling concerns connected to the vehicle suddenly and unexpected running out of gas.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has said at least 9,100 Harley-Davidson motorcycles are affected by fuel sensor problems that could potentially cause injury to occupants if the engine suddenly stops running, as the affected bikes may run out of gas even before the fuel warning sign flashes. Federal authorities and the motorcycle manufacturer said they have not received any reports of injuries involving the affected motorcycles. Harley-Davidson dealers will fix the issue in the recalled bikes by recalibrating and updating the software for the fuel gauges.

Defective motorcycles can endanger the lives of their operators and anyone near them on the road. If you’ve been injured because of a motorcycle defect, it is important to note that the manufacturer may be held liable for your injuries. Speak with the Sheboygan legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today by calling (800) 242-2874 to learn more about your legal rights and options as a motorcycle accident victim.

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