Outcast
I received a recall notice in the mail today, thought I'd share incase someone hasn't received one, details as follows:

The reason for this recall:
Indian Motorcycle has determined that all model 2014 111 c.i. motorcycles may experience loss of forward lighting, including high and low beam headlights and fog lights.

If this event does occur, the High Beam indicator will flash on the gauge cluster.

If the motorcycle lighting malfunctions while in operation, it may reduce visibility and increase the risk of an accident or injury.

What you should do:
Consumers should avoid riding at night or in low light conditions until their motorcycle has been repaired.

Contact your authorized Indian Motorcycle dealer to schedule an appointment to have the repairs performed. Do not attempt repairs yourself. Repairs must be done only by an authorized Indian Motorcycle dealer. Indian Motorcycle has authorised your dealer to inspect the VCM connector and update the VCM software. If the VCM connector is damaged, a new connector and VCM will be installed. This work will be performed at your dealership at no charge to you.


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Dr.Shifty
That recall has been out in the US for a year or so, it's taken a long time to get here.

The 2014 VCM had a problem with certain pins being overloaded with too much current and sometimes the pin would burn out, sometimes the solder would fail. Here's a link to where somebody fixed his own.

https://www.indianmotorcycles.net/threads/help-my-chieftain-is-haunted.327092/#post-3366537
Cheers, Kim.

From Woodrising (no, nobody else has heard of it either)
Rides a Springfield Dark Horse
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Biggles
I repaired my own. This recall includes a download to the ECM. It provides for a soft start to input pin so it doesn’t overload. This is the fix to the American recall they've been waiting for. 
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Outcast
I contacted my local Polaris dealer to see if the recall could be dealt with here in Cairns; my nearest Indian dealer is Townsville. They contacted head office & have since contacted me to advise that indeed the recall can be dealt with locally which, is good news as I really didn't fancy a trip down to Townsville.

This will be the second recall (gear switch being the other one) that I have managed to have conducted locally, not sure if I've just got a good Polaris dealer up here or if others have had similar experiences. I am well pleased... 
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Biggles
As long as they have the diagnostic equipment to update the ECM. I think it does all Polaris products. 
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Indie Girl
Indians are very disappointing.  one thing after the next... heap of ....
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Outcast
Indie Girl wrote:
Indians are very disappointing.  one thing after the next... heap of ....


At least they issue recalls & fix them... plenty of known issues with the half dozen Harley's I've owned which Harley refuse to acknowledge let alone fix!!
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Biggles
How many recalls have you had ?
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Outcast
Biggles wrote:
How many recalls have you had ?


2 personally but, I note there were two done before I bought it 2nd hand....

Zero recalls on my Harleys but, several issues widely known (particularly on my twin cam) that should IMHO have been subject to recall...
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Outcast
Biggles wrote:
As long as they have the diagnostic equipment to update the ECM. I think it does all Polaris products. 


All sorted at the Polaris Dealer... no evidence of burn out on the pin of the VCM plug & VCM successfully updated... all good
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