Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Commenced a Recall for H’ness CB 350 and CB 350 RS Motorcycles

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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has issued a recall for a specific number of H’ness CB 350 and CB 350 RS units to address potential concerns related to faulty components. The recall, prompted by manufacturing issues in certain parts, is aimed at inspecting and replacing affected components produced between October 2020 and January 2023.

Furthermore, one of the identified issues involves the rubber parts of the rear stop light switch. HMSI has identified that an improper manufacturing process could lead to the development of cracks in the rubber, potentially allowing water entry and corrosion inside the switch. This could result in a malfunction of the rear stop light. As a precautionary measure, the company will replace these affected parts at no cost, irrespective of the vehicle’s warranty status.

In addition to the rear stop light switch concern, the recall also addresses problems associated with the inappropriate moulding procedure of the sensor housing. HMSI has highlighted the possibility of a gap in the sensor body sealing, allowing water entry into the bank angle sensor. In the worst-case scenario, this could lead to potential sensor malfunction and vehicle stalling. Units manufactured between October 2020 and December 2021 are affected by this issue. HMSI has scheduled the replacement of these identified faulty parts at BigWing dealerships across India, starting from the second week of December 2023.

These proactive measures aim to ensure the safety and performance of the affected motorcycles and address any potential issues arising from the manufacturing process.

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