Kawasaki Vn1500-e7



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Kawasaki Vn1500-e7 2004 recalls
CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE - CARBURETOR SYSTEM
03V255000KAWASAKI MOTORS CORP.from 01/06/2003 to 05/18/2003V (Vehicle)40507/29/2003MFRKAWASAKI MOTORS CORP., U.S.A.07/24/200307/28/2003
Defect SummaryOn certain motorcycles, contaminated fuel used during the final engine inspection process may have caused deterioration of the carburetor accelerator pump diaphragm, which could lead to fuel leakage from the accelerator pump chamber.
Consequence SummaryFuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source could result in a fire.
Corrective SummaryDealers will replace the accelerator pump diaphragm. owner notification began on july 29, 2003. owners should contact kawasaki at 1-866-802-9381.
NotesCustomers can also contact the national highway traffic safety administration
VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL
04V008000KAWASAKI MOTORS CORP., U.S.A. V (Vehicle)208201/20/2004MFRKAWASAKI MOTORS CORP., U.S.A.01/06/200401/14/2004
Defect SummaryOn certain motorcycles, accelerator pump diaphragms may be damaged from excessive assembly clamping pressure, which can allow fuel to leak from the pump actuating rod area.
Consequence SummaryFuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source could result in a fire.
Corrective SummaryDealers will replace the accelerator pump diaphragm. owner notification began on january 20, 2004. owners should contact kawasaki at 1-949-770-0400.
NotesCustomers can also contact the national highway traffic safety administration
Kawasaki Vn1500-e7 2004 Consumer Complaints
Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
OTHER
09/19/2003250109/06/2003
 Parked my 2004 kawasaki vulcan 750 on a flat concrete surface. got off and was about two steps away when it rolled forward and fell off of the kickstand, causing minor damage to the vehicle. did some testing and it takes about 20lbs of forward pressure to cause the vehicle to roll forward and off the kickstand. also tested my older mc, an 81 yamaha 650, and it takes about 60lbs of forward force before it rolls off the kickstand. a small child could easily push this kawasaki enough to cause it to fall. i think the kickstand needs some modification to increase the force needed to cause the vehicle to fall. the model in the vehicle section is incorrect. your website did not have an option for a vn750-a20. *jb
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC - ANTILOCK - CONTROL UNIT/MODULE
07/25/2003520205/27/2003
 2004 bmw motorcycle r1150gs integral brake failure twice in one month/500 miles no rear brake unstable front brake. i don't know who designed this form but under vehicle information bmw or most other makes are not listed so i just picked, could not enter one or skip it, at random kinda stupid .*ak
TIRES - TUBE
10/02/20041000112/05/2003
 (1) front tire rapidly lost air causing loss of control. (2) i dislocated my left knee and left hip. inspection revealed that the metal inner tube valve had completely separated from the rubber tube. (3) i replaced the tube and tire and going to sell the motorcycle. *nm
Car dealers selling Kawasaki Vn1500-e7
StateCityZipNamePhone
OKOKLAHOMA CITY73149AJAX KAWASAKI
UTNORTH SALT LAKE84054BMW OF SALT LAKE CITY801-936-4600