The company says that excessive heat may cause the switch to fail to activate the brake light when applying the brakes. This problem could also result in brake fluid leaking that can stop the rear brake from working properly. Harley Davidson states that its dealers will replace the rear brake light switch free of charge. The recall is expected to being around October 31, 2011. For a full list of affected motorcycles please visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Website.
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