Recall Notice: 2009 Zero X and MX called back for malfunctioning throttles
According to the recall notice, some 200 bikes built between December of 2008 and August of are affected, and Zero reports that it has received three notices of unintended acceleration. Thankfully, no serious injuries have so far been reported. Fixing the problem involves replacing the bike's handlebar-mounted digital dashboard, which is expected to take 10 to 15 minutes per bike.
If you happen to own one of the affected motorcycles, you should be receiving a letter explaining the recall. Alternatively, contact your dealership or Zero Motorcycles at 888-786-9376.
[Source: CPSC via Consumer Reports]
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