Honda Cb900f 2005

Model Cb900f made in 2005 by Honda got 1 consumer complain as well as 4 service bulletins. Consumer complaints with reference to engine and engine cooling. . Technical service bulletines regarding digital instrument panel and electrical system.

Model 2005

Bulletins


BulletinBulletin dateReplacement BulletinItem no.SummaryAdded
DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL
SB-06-08505/09/200810032953Honda: warranty extension-vehicle warranty mileage. class action lawsuit alleging that the odometers on certain 2002-2006 honda models were overstating mileage. federal court provided final approval of settlement on 12/29/07. no models06/16/2010
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR
SB-12-00201/12/201210043248Honda: on some model vehicles, there is an alternator/starter tester (ast) module capable of testing alternators, installed on gr8 diagnostic battery station. *pe03/06/2012
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - STARTER ASSEMBLY
SB-12-00201/12/201210043248Honda: on some model vehicles, there is an alternator/starter tester (ast) module capable of testing alternators, installed on gr8 diagnostic battery station. *pe03/06/2012
EQUIPMENT - OTHER - LABELS
08-04005/31/200810025523Load carrying capacity reduced label for all honda vehicles. *pe08/15/2008

Consumer Complaints


Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING - EXHAUST SYSTEM
09/07/200914601
 I recently purchased a 2005 honda 919 (cb900f5) motorcycle. the high-mounted (completely stock) exhaust system appears to be poorly designed, given that a large amount of exhaust is pulled back into the riders clothing and helmet, especially at moderate (city) speeds. my clothing actually smells of exhaust (very strongly) after a short ride. the situation for the passenger is much worse, to the point that sickness (headache and burning eyes) develops quite quickly. my honda 919 has absolutely no exhaust leaks, and is in perfect tune. i searched the web (using the search string honda 919 exhaust smell), and learned that many others have experienced this problem, some resorting to adapting a completely different (low-mounted) exhaust system to the motorcycle. given the danger involved, in my view, honda should address this issue via a recall that involves changes to the exhaust. (from what i have read, honda has repeatedly refused to address the problem when contacted directly by consumers.) *tr