Indian Motorcycle Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2022 Chief Bobber Models
Indian Motorcycle Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2022 Chief Bobber Models
05 May Recall
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Indian Motorcycle has issued a safety recall for a limited number of 2022 Chief Bobber motorcycles due to a missing belt guard reflector. The company reported the issue to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and stated that only four motorcycles are potentially affected.

Chief Bobber

In accordance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) 108, Indian Motorcycle is required to include a belt guard reflector on the Chief Bobber model. The absence of this reflector reduces the visibility of the motorcycle to other drivers, which increases the risk of a collision.

Owners of the affected models, which can be identified by VINs starting with 6KDMABH0N3, will be contacted by Polaris (Indian) to determine whether their motorcycles have the belt guard reflector installed. If the reflector is missing, owners will be instructed to take their motorcycle to an Indian dealer, where the belt reflector will be installed free of charge.

Indian Motorcycle plans to notify its dealers and consumers within 60 days of submitting the safety recall report to the NHTSA on April 25, 2023. Owners who have any questions about the recall can contact Indian at 1-800-765-2747 and reference recall number I-23-05. Alternatively, they can contact the NHTSA Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153) and reference Campaign Number 23V-293 or visit www.nhtsa.gov.

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