Honda issues alerts on two possible part replacements
March 30, 2007
Filed under Features
American Honda Motor Corp. is alerting the public to a couple potential issues on two of its 2007 off-road motorcycles.
On its 2007 CRF150R/RB, Honda is conducting a “Product Update Campaign,” alerting consumers to replace the bike’s camshaft. A defect may exist in the camshaft that may cause it to break during extreme operating conditions. Honda will replace the cam and necessary related parts free of charge.
On the 2007 CRF250R, Honda is seeking to replace the clutch outer. The rubber clutch dampers may deteriorate after extended use and time. American Honda has not received any customer reports of failure, however the company has determined from its own testing there is a possibility owners could eventually experience the problem. Honda will therefore replace the original clutch outer and necessary related parts for current or subsequent owners at no cost.