What's the Problem?
This recall affects Indian Challenger Motorcycles from model year 2020, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
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The engine output shaft bearing on affected motorcycles may not have been sufficiently lubricated during assembly, possibly resulting in bearing failure at very low mileage, NHTSA said. Engine output shaft bearing failure could cause a sudden loss of power, increasing the risk of a crash.
Indian is notifying owners and dealers will lubricate the output shaft bearings on Challengers with less than 50 miles on the odometer for free. Motorcycles with more than 50 miles will not require a repair, and can either be inspected by a dealer, or the owner can self-report the odometer reading directly to Indian. The recall began in April 2020.
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