MOT History from tests of petrol AJS DIGITAs year 2014

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mot history
Pass percent:75.86%
(The average a petrol AJS DIGITA year 2014 passes without issue)
Based on:58 MOT Tests
Most common failuresNo# failures
Horn not working |1.7.3a|2
Horn not working |7.7 |a| |ii||2
Nearside Stop lamp does not illuminate immediately a brake applies |1.3.1a|1
Front Upper Steering headbearing has excessive free play |2.2.2|1
Nearside Rear Upper Rear suspension bush has excessive free play |2.4.A2a|i||1
Offside Front Upper Brake lever is so short and the brake cannot be readily applied |3.1.3c|1
Headlamp at least one does not illuminate on main beam |1.2.2a|ii||1
Headlamp not working on dipped beam |4.1.1 |a| |ii||1
Rear Brake lever pivot has excessive free play |1.1.1 |b||1
Front Brake hose damaged and likely to fail |1.1.12 |a||1
Nearside Rear Brake lever is so short that the brake cannot be readily applied |1.1.2 |d||1
Front wheel bearings are excessively rough |2.3.5b|1
Exhaust excessively deteriorated |7.1.1a|1
Front Front position lamp does not illuminate immediately when switched on |1.1.3a|1
Headlamp at least one does not illuminate on dipped beam |1.2.2a|i||1
Rear position lamp adversely affected by the operation of another lamp headlight turns off rear light |1.1.3b|1
Brake hose excessively deteriorated1
Exhaust has a major leak of exhaust gases |6.1.2 |a||1
Exhaust noise is clearly in excess of that emitted by a similar motorcycle fitted with a standard silencer in average condition |8.1.1 |a||1
Exhaust system insecure |6.1.2 |a||1
Exhaust silencer likely to become detached |8.1.1 |b| |ii||1
Handlebar mounting clamp loose |2.1.1a|1
Stop lamp remains on when the brakes are released1
Nearside Brake lever insecure |1.1.2 |e| |i||1
Brake lever not releasing correctly and functionality of brakes affected |1.1.2 |b| |ii||1
Horn not working (7.7 (a) (ii))1

We get to these numbers by trawling through over 1 billion MOT test results since 2004 and crunched the numbers. We remove anything to do with Tyres, as they are model independent and group together common non-model specific issues. We are trying to get to a picture of what models have what issues.

Please note: We take the data from the DVSA. This data is raw and can contain typos and spelling mistakes that garages may have entered while recording a MOT result. Specifically miss-match on names of models and makes. We are constantly cleaning the data so bear with the odd issue.

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