On my 2014 Vintage, Indian recently replaced the fuel gauge because of the faded needle. They did it under the extended warranty. It cost me the $50 copay. By the way, the needle on the new gauge is orange. Not red like the speedometer needle. It makes the gauges look mismatched.
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