Honda Magna

Honda Magna 1984 model

Honda Magna 1984 Consumer Complaints


Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING - ENGINE
04/01/1995204/01/1992
 Camshaft failed.
04/01/1995804/01/1992
 Rocker arms failed 8 times.
STRUCTURE - BODY
06/10/201179000
 Internal rust on the motorcycle frame structure caused frame failure and structural collapse, with the potential of this occurring at speed or when stressed in normal riding conditions. probable cause: the emissions charcoal canister vents into the right hand side of the tubular steel frame. this encourages corrosive moisture - gasoline- to be introduced to the interior of the motorcycles structural frame which is not coated or otherwise protected. result: at the lowest point of the frame the moisture has collected and condensed, it has become weak enough to allow a finger to push through this structural part of the frame. this is one of several incidents that have been found through user groups. the damaged part of the frame is not individually replaceable, without replacing the entire motorcycle frame.
SUSPENSION
06/10/201179000
 Internal rust on the motorcycle frame structure caused frame failure and structural collapse, with the potential of this occurring at speed or when stressed in normal riding conditions. probable cause: the emissions charcoal canister vents into the right hand side of the tubular steel frame. this encourages corrosive moisture - gasoline- to be introduced to the interior of the motorcycles structural frame which is not coated or otherwise protected. result: at the lowest point of the frame the moisture has collected and condensed, it has become weak enough to allow a finger to push through this structural part of the frame. this is one of several incidents that have been found through user groups. the damaged part of the frame is not individually replaceable, without replacing the entire motorcycle frame.
UNKNOWN OR OTHER
06/10/201179000
 Internal rust on the motorcycle frame structure caused frame failure and structural collapse, with the potential of this occurring at speed or when stressed in normal riding conditions. probable cause: the emissions charcoal canister vents into the right hand side of the tubular steel frame. this encourages corrosive moisture - gasoline- to be introduced to the interior of the motorcycles structural frame which is not coated or otherwise protected. result: at the lowest point of the frame the moisture has collected and condensed, it has become weak enough to allow a finger to push through this structural part of the frame. this is one of several incidents that have been found through user groups. the damaged part of the frame is not individually replaceable, without replacing the entire motorcycle frame.