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Honda CT90 and S90 recalls between 1966 and 1967

MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY DEFECT RECALL CAMPAIGNS SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967

Clearinghouse order number PB 177 316
NHBB Recall Identification Number(s) 66—0003 to 66—0034

No. of recall campaigns: 2
No of vehicles: 32401

Bureau Identification Number: 67-0003
Model Type: CT-90
Notes: Motorcycle
Model Year: Not Registered
Reason: Possibility that transmission can be accidentally shifted from third to first gear (rather than fourth gear) causing abrupt deceleration at speeds in excess of 30 mph. (Replace shift drum stopper plate and stopper arm to preclude this occurrence.)
Number of pages on file: 6
Vehicles recalled: 18572

Bureau Identification Number: 67-0034
Model Type: S90
Notes: Motorcycle equipped with Mikuni Kogyo carburetors
Model Year: Not Registered
Reason: Possibility that tightening of the nuts holding the carburetor to the aluminum inlet tube will cause a small amount of distortion in the carburetor body. This distortion may cause sticking of the throttle valve which may cause throttle to remain in open position after the throttle twist-grip has been closed. (Install modified throttle valve which eliminates the possibility of throttle sticking due to carburetor body distortion.)
Number of pages on file: 10
Vehicles recalled: 13829

Publication source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, Transportation Library, Northwestern University, Haiti Trust Digital Library

pdf MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY DEFECT RECALL CAMPAIGNS SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 (8.59 MB)

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