Harley-Davidson is facing two separate lawsuits in California and Wisconsin from owners who claim the motorcycle company threatened to void their motorcycles’ warranties if they didn’t pay for service at H-D dealerships using factory parts. The motorcycle owners have brought two class-action suits against Harley-Davidson, Reuters reports.
These latest legal challenges come after the Federal Trade Commission ordered Harley in late June to stop telling owners that aftermarket parts would void their warranties. Threatening to void a vehicle warranty if aftermarket parts are installed is illegal under the right to repair law.
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