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I have a 2014 Indian Chieften and am unable to read the red LED display during the day. I have tried playing around with brightness, but that does nothing.
I contacted Polaris customer service and was told that they are aware of a few customer complaints, but do not have any solutions at this time.
Does anyone have any suggestions, I ride everyday, and for the most part, the sun is always shining in Phoenix, AZ.
 

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There has to be something that can be done. Has there been any vendors that have different LED light colors that could be used in replace of the red?
 

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Don't really need to read it. The gauges you really need are visible if you can see that far. I need a pair of sunglasses with a bifocals o_O
 

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Polarized sunglass cause the problem with the display. Non-polarized work fine for me. I found a pair of cheap sunglass with bifocals in Daytona and they work great for me.
 

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I have a 2014 Indian Chieften and am unable to read the red LED display during the day. I have tried playing around with brightness, but that does nothing.
I contacted Polaris customer service and was told that they are aware of a few customer complaints, but do not have any solutions at this time.
Does anyone have any suggestions, I ride everyday, and for the most part, the sun is always shining in Phoenix, AZ.
Did you ever find a solution? I have a 2017 Chieftain and have the exact same problem and it's driving me nuts.
 

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There was a post on the forum a couple years back where someone actually changed the LEDs to different colors. His was a Blue if I remember correctly. Search the forum
 
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