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Stop Sale Recall

Anyone heard anything about the stop sale recall on (from what I understand) all GSX-S models across the US? They’re supposed to release a service bulletin soon but no one has seen it. I bought the bike and of course the same day they issues the stop sale. Figures.
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Anyone heard anything about the stop sale recall on (from what I understand) all GSX-S models across the US? Theyíre supposed to release a service bulletin soon but no one has seen it. I bought the bike and of course the same day they issues the stop sale. Figures.
Curious, where did you get your information?
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I first heard it from a dealer in Las Vegas, NV. So I confirmed with another dealer in Vegas and another in Arizona. I then called Suzuki and they confirmed it and said it has something to do with the fuel pump (seal or gasket I think) but they didn’t have any more info on it. Supposedly today or tomorrow they will produce more info on it.
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I just called a dealer in California that confirmed it again. He said the recall isn’t even in the internet VIN recall finders. He has a bulletin that says it’s for the fuel pump seals on certain models. My 18’ GSX-S750 is confirmed to be an affected model unfortunately. Yay for buying a bike and not being able to get it for a couple weeks. Bummer.
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Just spoke with Suzuki. The service bulletin is expected to be published soon and parts should be available to order by next week. The recall is on all 2017-2018 GSX-S1000ís and all 2018 GSX-S750ís. All VINís. It is a two part repair. They are replacing the fuel pump O-Rings and casing (whatever that means).


so, should we just wait til the bad boy fails, and take it in and get a full on replacement for free installed?
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we all know the 16 where the best year
Not if you had a '16 with an engine that blew up!!
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Not if you had a '16 with an engine that blew up!!
did yours blow up and why
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so, should we just wait til the bad boy fails, and take it in and get a full on replacement for free installed? Not seeing a reason to take it in if its fine in my opinion. If it fails, id like a replacement vs replacing it and watch that cause an issue and bam screwed
No. Depending on local laws, issuing a recall and offering to cover the cost of the identified issue may be sufficient to absolve them of responsibility for any damage caused by a failure.

Without having the bulletin yet, can't say what the failure mode is, but if it's a stop sale, and it invloves the fuel pump casing and o-rings, I'm gonna guess the bike catching on fire is one possibility.

Basically if your bike catches fire you may be on the hook for it if you ignore the recall.

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