Kawasaki Recalls Motorcycles to Fix Oil Leak
Claims Journal-August 13, 2012-According to the article Kawasaki is recalling nearly 4,200 Ninja ZX-10R motorcycles in the United States because oil can leak onto the rear tire and cause a crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents on its website that the recall affects bikes from the 2011 and 2012 model years. They were made from September 1, 2010 to Februray 15, 2012. The documents say oil can leak from the crankcase and pool. The article goes onto say that continued use could cause the oil to spill onto the rear tire. Kawasaki says the problem has not caused any crashes or injuries. The company will notify owners and dealers will seal the crankcase to stop the leak.
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