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HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTK, Model year 2015

Date posted

The Hazard

Parts & Accessories H-D Detachables® Tour-Pak Luggage Conversion Kits (part numbers 53000291, 53000291A and 53000567) fitted to the following Harley-Davidson motorcycles:
1. FLHTK - Touring (model years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) 2. FLHTK ANV - Touring (model year 2018) 3. FLHTKSE - CVO (model years 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) 4. FLHTKSE ANV - CVO (model year 2018) 5. FLTRUSE - CVO (model years 2015, 2016).

No other Harley-Davidson accessories or motorcycles are affected by this recall.

The affected kits fitted on the above motorcycles were not equipped with reflectors to replace the factory-installed rear reflector on the motorcycle, which is removed when installing this kit. The absence of a reflector could reduce the rear visibility of the motorcycle to other drivers, increasing the risk of a crash.

What to do

Consumers with affected motorcycles should contact their nearest Harley-Davidson dealer to arrange an inspection immediately. Affected motorcycles will be fitted with reflectors. To find a local dealership, visit https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/find-a-dealer.html.

Product Identifiers

FLHTK 2015 (Touring)

Supplier Contact

Harley-Davidson Australia Pty Ltd
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