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  1. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Hi all, Im new to this forum an looking for some advice. SO like an idiot I left my keys in my ignition for over a day on my 2018 scout sixty. The battery was completely dead and not a kick out of anything as expected. However I have now managed to get the battery up to over 10volts but when i...
  2. Thunder Stroke 111 Common Problems/Issues
    I have a 2018 Chief Darkhorse that I kept connected to a tender in my garage over the winter. I discovered a dead battery yesterday. The factory installed tender and cable are not working. Luckily, I installed another one and placed under the tank bib. The tender charged the battery and...
  3. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    I was headed to work yesterday, and I stopped at a gas station to fill up then back on the road I go. No more than 200 ft away from the gas station, my bike dies doing about 45 mph. Originally I thought I hit the kill switch on accident, but that wasn't the case. I try starting it as I was...
  4. Indian Chief Classic
    I have a 2016 Chief Classic with 2350 miles. This year it has gone through 3 batteries and a voltage regulator. All have been covered under warranty but it has left me wondering if I should trade it for another brand before the warranty ends next June. Who else has had these issues?
  5. Indian Chieftain
    Hi All, I have a 2015 Chiefmaster (Chieftain with added trunk, heated seat, grips, etc...). I had to take a year off to recover from foot/ankle reconstruction. During recovery I went out often to start up the bike to keep everything circulated and going. I figured it didn't need to be plugged...
  6. Indian Motorcycle Tech Q & A
    Hi All! Bike: 2015 Chieftain 4,800 miles Extras worth noting: Added heated grips, seat, trunk, Garmin GPS (none of which work when the bike is turned off). Keyfob: Kept in the house away from the bike I've been off the bike for 5 months recovering from reconstructive foot/ankle surgery...
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