Has anyone else received this letter from American Honda Motor Co.,Inc? I received this letter in the mail yesterday from Honda. It says that their is a defect in the wiring harness of certain 2002-2005 Honda VFR motorcycles. According to the letter "Under certain conditions, the ground wire terminals inside the connector between the main wiring harness and faring sub-harness can overheat, resulting in melting of the connector and a loss of power to various circuits. As a result, a loss of critical lighting or engine power could occur without warning, which could result in a crash." The letter goes on to say that Honda recommends that no one should ride the VFR until the problem is fixed by a Honda dealer. I called two dealerships closest to where I live and asked about this. Both dealerships knew nothing about this recall or when parts would be avaible to fix them. I called Honda Motors Customer Service and spoke to a Customer Service agent named John who told me that Honda is in the process of getting the necessary parts together and sending them to the dealerships. John also told me that it could take between 2-4 weeks before the parts are in dealerships. In the meantime, John sugessted that I not ride my bike until then unless I had to and also said that Honda would not be providing any loaner replacemet bikes to their Customers. I don't know about anyone else but I ride my bike about 70% of the time. I use it mainly for transportation. I would suggest anyone else who feels that Honda should do something for their Customers while they are waiting for dealers to get the parts, should call the Customer Service number at (866) 784-1870 and ask for John and let him know your concerns.