Honda Cbr600rr Electrical System Safety Reviews

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Honda Cbr600rr 2004
Honda (american Honda Motor Co.)
Safety incident date:
June 15, 2005
Location:
Cleveland, TN

dt:when turning on bright light switch while driving the engine dies and the lights go out, this intermittent in nature. did contact manufacturer, who not concerned, told consumer to take to dealer. consumer took vehicle to the dealer, who said they did not have to replace part because this was a ground wire problem after being originally diagnosed as a battery issue which was replaced and did not remedy problem. dealer agreed to fix problem which consumer had to pay for, but has not had any problems since repair.*ak *tt

Mileage was 650 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JH2PC350X4M. Vehicle was purchased on May 20, 2005. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 2 cylinders. Honda CBR600RR 2004 Drive type:RWD. Fuel System:Fuel injection. Fuel type: gas. Honda CBR600RR 2004 Electrical System Transmission Type: MAN . Dealer's name: Private Owner .

Honda Cbr600rr 2012
Honda (american Honda Motor Co.)
Safety incident date:
Mar 06, 2014
Location:
Fort Meade, MD

engine cut off while riding on highway speed. it started after 10 minutes of trying. the engine will turn, but it will not start, the fuel pump will not prime. after multiple times of turning the kill switch on/off it finally started. it happened again multiple times but not while riding, just trying to start the bike. one time i had to tow it to the shop. never touched the kill switch again and the bike is working fine. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 8000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JH2PC4007CK. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle Speed: 65 mph.

Honda Cbr600rr 2008
Honda (american Honda Motor Co.)
Safety incident date:
June 15, 2014
Location:
Grand Forks, ND

upon purchasing my motorcycle, the first time after getting it home it refused to start. in troubleshooting the issue, i found the kill switch was not working properly. i wiggled the switch and it eventually started. this happened several times since that day, and i was thinking if the issue were to occur while riding, it could cause a serious accident. i think it is worth looking into if it can be corrected permanently. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 5500 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JH2PC40038M. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle Speed: 0 mph.



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