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Honda will replace the bank angle sensor and rear brake light switch on the affected H’ness CB350 and CB350RS models at its BigWing outlets. The manufacturer will start the replacement process within the second week of this month.

Honda Hness CB350, CB350RS Recalled Over Faulty Rear Brake Light Switch

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has announced a voluntary recall of H’ness CB350 and CB350RS due to a defect in the bank angle sensor and rear brake light switch. The two recalled bikes had a problem with the backlight control, and they were manufactured between October 2020 and January 2023. The recall also includes two motorcycle models with bank angle sensor problems that were manufactured between October 2020 and December 2021.

“It has been identified that there is a possibility of cracking on the rubber due to the improper process adopted for manufacturing the rubber parts of the rear brake light switch,” Honda Motorcycles said in an official statement. This can result in water ingress and corrosion of the internal switch, rendering the light unable to function. It was found that the improper molding process for the sensor housing had left a gap in the sensor body sealing, opening the door for water to enter the bank angle sensor. This increases the possibility of sensor malfunction and, in the worst case, the bike stalling.”

Honda will replace Faulty Rear Brake Light Switch in its BigWing outlets

Honda will replace the bank angle sensor and rear brake light switch on the affected H’ness CB350 and CB350RS models at its BigWing stores. The manufacturer will start the replacement process within the second week of this month. The company said, “The replacement will be done at no charge regardless of the warranty status of the vehicle. Customers can use the Honda BigWing website to find out if their bikes fall under this campaign by entering the Unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Honda H’ness CB350, CB350RS: Engine Specifications

The 348.3cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine powers both the Honda CB350 RS and H’ness CB350. However, it now meets OBD-2 emissions standards. This motor can generate torque up to 30 Nm at its peak and maximum power up to 20.7 bhp. The engine is also mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox with assist and slipper clutch.

Honda H’ness CB350, CB350RS: Rivals

Both 350cc bikes from Honda compete with similar range bikes like the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Classic 350, Jawa Forty-Two, and Yezdi Roadster.

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