Harley Davidson Flhrse3



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Harley Davidson Flhrse3 2007 Consumer Complaints
Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING
09/28/200810001
 While riding my motorcycle (recorded mileage 1800km) the engine began to vibrate badly and pour oil......which went over my back tire. stopped safely and found that the crankcase sensor had failed. this was my first ever harley, a cvo road king, 2007 and 1600km on the clock. took it in - under warranty. crank run out was right side .004 left side .001. harley have said 'not an issue' and refused to replace. they claim that the crank sensor supplier was changed because of failure issues and i had the old version. particles from the sensor blocked oil ways, caused a build up of pressure in the crank case which blew the sensor out. this is a known issue and in the us, similar reports led to an engine replacement under warranty. my engine was also awaiting a 0906 recall for head gaskets, cranknut and acrs........... it appears that harlew increased crank tolerances to prevent further warranty claims for this issue. *tr
09/08/2007800207/01/2007
 Tl*the contact owns a 2007 harley davidson flhrse3. the contact stated that the vehicle has a serious engine defect. he discovered an oil leak and took the vehicle to the repair shop. the leak was repaired, but recurred two months later and could lead to catastrophic engine failure. he has read numerous complaints on this type of failure and would like his vehicle to be repaired before his engine fails completely as well. the vin and powertrain were unknown. the failure mileage was 800 and current mileage was 900.
TIRES - PRESSURE MONITORING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS
04/19/201059500
 Tl*the contact owns a 2007 harley davidson screaming eagle motorcycle, flhrse3. while the contact was traveling 65 mph, the rear tire suddenly deflated which was undetectable. the contact stated there should be a tire pressure monitoring device on the vehicle. a burning odor of rubber and smoke began to come from the tire. the vehicle swayed from the left to right direction uncontrollably. the passenger was ejected from the vehicle onto the highway. the ambulance transported the occupants to the hospital. the contact sustained a broken shin, road rash and severe injury to the ankle. the passenger suffered several injuries which consisted of road rash, and body bruises. also, the wrist, fingers and ankle were sprained. a police report was filed of the incident. the vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer with damages of $15,000. the failure mileage was 59,500.
VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL
10/27/20073500
 Tl*the contact owns a 2007 harley davidson flhrse3. the contact stated that the throttle hand grip would slide off the vehicle while driving. he noticed the problem a total of 4 times. the latest occurrence was while he was driving at approximately 35 mph so he pulled over to push it back on. he took the vehicle to the dealership 4 times. the dealer replaced the grip 3 times and 1 time the dealer tried to glue it back on which caused the throttle to stick. he had not spoken with the manufacturer to-date. the vehicle had not been repaired at the time of the complaint. the current mileage was approximately 15,300. the failure mileage was approximately 3,500.