Ignition switch problem forces company to recall popular motorcycle
The ignition switch recall that’s plagued GM and Chrysler turns up on a popular motorcycle.
Motorcycle maker Harley Davidson is recalling 3,300 2014 FXDL DYNA low rider bikes due to problems with the ignition switch.
The company says engine vibration can turn the switches from the “run” to “accessory” position.
That can cause the engine to shut off while being driven and potentially cause a crash.
The company says there have been no crashes or injuries reported from the problem.
Harley says dealers will fix the problem for free.