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Zero Motorcycles Recalls 2021 Models for Insufficient DC Converters

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It’s Only Some Models

Zero Motorcycles has issued a recall of several 2021 models. The reason is a DC converter that could have an insufficient power output margin. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is recalling motorcycles that have been affected.

The converter issue could be bad. If it is overloaded it could shut off without warning the rider. The ABS and lights could experience issues as well and result in a crash.

This recall pertains to certain 2021 Zero SR, S, DSR, DS, FX, and FXS motorcycles. The VIN ranges are not included in the notice and Zero will be mailing notices to the owners. If you have additional questions, you should contact your local Zero Motorcycles dealership.

The company said that it should take dealers about 30 minutes to install the fix to the system. However, this could be different depending on the dealer and the service department. The service will not cost owners anything.

You can call Zero Motorcycles at 1-888-841-8085 regarding recall SV-ZMC-021-019 to find out about your particular bike.