Motorcycles Faulty Update Hazards Danger - Recall Indian Scout Bobber Sixty
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Indian Motorcycles Must recall the Scout Bobber Sixty. After a faulty SOFware update, the brake light can be exercised.
The National Highway Transportation Security Administration, the American Traffic Safety Department, has called Indian Motorcycles prompted 177 Indian Scout Bobber Sixty immediately into the workshops.Brake light falls from
affected for the US market all Bobber with the chassis no number 56KMTA110L3160222 to 56KMTB11XL3160492, in which the ECU was recorded with a new software between 27 February 2020 and August 16, 2021. This software is faulty and can lead to the failure of the brake lights without a mechanical defect. Indian writes the holder of the corresponding motorcycles that have received an update. The faulty software is deleted and a new one recorded. The action is free for customers. Whether German models are affected is not known, a request is running at Indian Motorcycles.
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