Harley-Davidson issues mass recall


MILWAUKEE (WFRV) Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has issued a mass recall that involves more than 250,000 motocycles.

The Milwaukee based company says a problem with a brake light switch sparked the recall. Harley-Davidson says excessive heart could cause the brake light to not turn on when the brake is applied, turn on when the brake isn't applied or leak brake fluid.

The recall affects motorcycles from model years 2009 to 2012. You can click here for a list of motorcycles on the recall list.

Any owners with a recalled motorcycle should contact Harley-Davidson for details on how to have the problem fixed.

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