Harley-Davidson is temporarily pulling the plug on production and deliveries of its LiveWire electric motorcycle after discovering a “non-standard condition” during recent quality checks. According to the Wall Street Journal, the problem stems from the LiveWire’s charging equipment. No recall has been issued but LiveWire owners are being encouraged to only use DC fast-charging stations like the one’s in Harley dealerships and not to charge them on standard household outlets, substantiating the Wall Street Journal's report of glitches with its charging system.

No timeline has been given as to when Harley-Davidson will restart production and deliveries of the LiveWire. Though Harley has been taking pre-orders for its electric motorcycle since January, LiveWires had just started to arrive at dealerships. Harley-Davidson has not disclosed how many units have been sold to date but the electric motorcycle’s sticker price of $29,799 has been hotly debated since its announcement.