The recall is part of a worldwide recall to fix a faulty tie-rod bracket that could lead to rear suspension failure.

The company issued a global recall of its Z900, in the Indian market as well. Dealerships were given a circular which describes the error, a faulty tie-rod bracket for the rear shock, which can lead to rear suspension failure.

The recall will affect Z900s sold in India and Kawasaki has shared a range of affected VIN numbers with dealerships. Some bikes within that range were corrected before the dispatch from the factory.

Check with your dealership if you own a Z900, the replacement should take around 50 minutes at all official Kawasaki service centres.

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