BMW of North America is recalling about 2,000 MY ’09 and ’10 K1300S and K1300GT motorcycles, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The bikes were manufactured between Sept. 11, 2008 and Nov. 19. Poor fuel quality could lead to small deposits within the throttle bodies. During engine operation in a low RPM range, typically near idle speed (when coming to a stop), air flow could be sufficiently restricted and engine stall could occur, reported the NHTSA.
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