Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd., the parent company of India
Yamaha Motor has identified a defect in 902 units of their YFZ R3 bikes being
sold in India. A press release stated that a problem relating to the clutch pressure plate assembly and oil pump assembly was found.
There have been no reports regarding safety issues
on the YFZ R3 in India to date, but Yamaha will recall the units falling under
the identified production numbers. The bikes will be recalled under Yamaha's
Factory Modification campaign. The recall will have no financial bearing on
owners and all replacements of faulty parts will be conducted free of cost.
The release further stated that “This recall is a reiteration of
Yamaha’s commitment to safety of its customers and this action is not a result
of complaints from customers but more of a preventive measure to ensure the
safety of the customers.”
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