Recall number: REC-005883
Campaign number: SRC24-01
Original published date: 6 February 2024
Year range: 2023
Affected units: 61
VIN (Vehicle identification number)
The threaded nut securing the Antilock Braking System brake pipe may not have been tightened sufficiently and could become loose. If this occurs, brake fluid could leak resulting in a delay in braking performance and/or an increased effort may be required to achieve the expected stopping distance.
If the braking system does not operate as intended, it could increase the risk of an accident resulting in serious injury to the rider and/or passenger and other road users.
Owners of affected motorcycles will be contacted by Suzuki Australia in writing. Owners can also contact their nearest authorised Suzuki dealership to arrange to have the repairs carried out, free of charge.
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