Anyone else get this?
I think you should be able to get your money back, good luckI had a headlight, driving light, problem last year. Intermittent driving light failure and headlight out completely, blue high beam indicator flashing. Tech said it was a couple of broken/cracked connector pins on the VCM. Polaris/Indian replaced the VCM under the 5 year unlimited mileage Service Contract, I paid $50 as a deductible. I wonder if this is what this recall is addressing? ….and I wonder if I will get my $50 buck back?? LOL
Only if it is a 2014 Vintage - the first VCM and the only model year with a VCM that won't work with LED headlights.Hmm. Interesting. Just got my Vintage last week and the right driving light is out. I wonder if I'll get the letter...
It is a '14... Tried a new bulb. No dice.Only if it is a 2014 Vintage - the first VCM and the only model year with a VCM that won't work with LED headlights.
Sounds like you have a defective bulb or electrical connection problem -- hopefully a quick and easy fix.
Culpability. They know about it and now the owners do. If you chose to ride, it's all on you. That's what the legal side of me reads "in between the lines".Real class act!Send out letter but have no fix for the problem.Is it a faulty connector or is the vcm at fault?No problem so far at 27,000 miles.
Class has nothing to do with it its all on the government. I work in the auto industry see this all the time .The feds make manufactures send out notices if there is a fix or not .Its a time thing notices need to be sent out with in so many days . Dont be so quick to jump on the hate indian wagon . Im sure they'll figure it outReal class act!Send out letter but have no fix for the problem.Is it a faulty connector or is the vcm at fault?No problem so far at 27,000 miles.
The letter does not "state the fix". It only says that they are aware of the problem and are working on a solution. No where in the letter does it specify exactly what that solution will be. When the solution is released, it may in actuality be multiple solutions depending on the current condition of the vehicle. POSSIBLY requiring an initial inspection to determine if any damaged terminals are present in the harness or VCM and the extent of the damage, followed by repair or replacement of the harness and VCM if needed, and POSSIBLY just installing relays for the lights on bikes with no other damage to limit the current draw on the circuits to the existing VCM. I see these kinds of recalls quite often on the heavy trucks, where the course of action is determined by the conditions present on each vehicle, and the required repairs are based on cost/benefit analysis as well as safety.The letter states the fix. Will be availible fall 2019 Many car recalls work the same way. Had to wait over 1 year. To get air bag recall fix on my 2007 Mustang.