Indian Chief Motorcycle Recall
Indian Motorcycle has issued a recall for Indian Chief Motorcycles from model year 2022 after the company determined that there a potential for the sidestand to not fold rearward and upward if it contacts the ground when the motorcycle is moving forward, posing a crash hazard and risk of serious injury.
If you purchased an Indian Chief Motorcycle that is affected by this recall, you should contact your authorized Indian Motorcycle dealer to schedule an appointment to have a free repair performed.
This recall began on February 1, 2023.
The NHTSA Recall Number for this item is 22V-957.
What's the problem?
Indian Motorcycle Company is recalling certain motorcycles from model year 2019 over a potentially defective circuit breaker which may cause a sudden loss of power or engine stall, increasing the risk of crash and/or severe injury to the rider.
Indian motorcycles affected by the recall include:
- 2019 Chieftain
- 2019 Vintage
- 2019 Roadmaster
- 2019 Dark Horse
- 2019 Springfield
- 2019 FTR 1200
These motorcycles may contain a defective 10A circuit breaker which could trip unexpectedly, causing a sudden loss of power or engine stall, increasing the risk of crash and severe bodily injury.
If you purchased an Indian Motorcycle that is affected by this recall, you should stop using it immediately. Indian is notifying owners and will provide a new 10A circuit breaker with installation instructions.
Indian Challenger Recall
Indian is recalling 2020 Challenger motorcycles for insufficiently lubricated engine output shaft bearings which could result in bearing failure at very low mileage, according to the NHTSA. Engine output shaft bearing failure could cause a sudden loss of power, increasing the risk of a crash. This recall began in April 2020.
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