Sometimes its minor, sometimes serious, sometimes your dealer/importer/producer let you know, sometimes not ... So here everything I get aware of, starting from 2017. To be continued. 7/8/17 HUSQVARNA 125, Model year 2018 The Hazard Due to deviations in the manufacturing process at Husqvarna Motorcycles’ official supplier, brake caliper assemblies front and rear might be incomplete with the anti-rattle plates and cotters possibly missing. Therefore, both front and rear calipers on all affected Husqvarna Motorcycles must be inspected for completeness by fully trained technicians at authorised Husqvarna Motorcycle. What to do These affected models and vin’s are not released to customers (end users). Affected vins are to be checked and corrected accordingly to be prepared before sale to customers. 24/7/17 BMW R1200GS, Model years 2013-2017 The Hazard Clearance developing in the fork tube caps. What to do Seek your local dealer for further information and a check to be carried out on your bike. 22/5/17 HUSQVARNA TR650, Model years 2013-2014 The Hazard Market monitoring has shown isolated cases of occasional stalling in the engines of TR 650 Terra and TR 650 Strada model vehicles. If the engine stalls, this could lead to dangerous riding conditions and pose a safety hazard to the rider and other road users. What to do Owners will be sent a letter to advise them of the recall. Owners should contact an authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles dealer to arrange a booking as the ECU of the vehicle has to be remapped at an external supplier's facility. 15/5/17 Yamaha MT09 and XSR900 Motorcycles The Hazard If an external impact occurs on the lower handle bar, engine vibration may cause the lower handlebar stud to loosen and fall off. If the lower handlebar stud loosens and falls off, it may result in loss of control and a potential crash hazard. What to do Consumers will be contacted by direct mail. Consumers should contact their local Yamaha dealer to arrange an inspection and repair of the motorcycle. If you no longer own your motorcycle, please advise Yamaha Motors 27/2/17 KTM 1290 Super Duke GT, Model years 2016-2017 The Hazard Due to leaks or potential leaks in the fuel hose used in specific vin production, it has led KTM to demand replacement of the fuel hoses. What to do Contact an authorised KTM dealer without delay to make a booking where the fuel hose will be replaced free of charge 9/1/17 KTM 690 Duke, 690 Duke R, Various years 2012-2016 The Hazard Due to deviations in the assembly process, contact may occur between the wiring harness and the ABS modulator. As a result and in certain situations an electrical connection may be created via the brake line, between the ABS modulator and the vehicle ground. A conductive brake line can overheat and ultimately melt which can result in failure of a brake system circuit. What to do Consumers will be contacted by direct mail. Consumers should contact an authorised KTM dealer to arrange an appointment for an inspection of their motorcycle. Unless visiting your dealership for inspection, avoid riding the vehicle until inspected. The vehicle will be checked and repaired free of charge as per the manufacturers guidelines.