Indian recall over halogen headlights

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Solely eight house owners’ bikes are affected in a nationwide recall of Indian Motorbike fashions over a non-compliant halogen headlights.

An official discover has been issued by means of the Australian Competitors and Client Fee.

Nevertheless, Indian Motorbike Australia boss Peter Harvey says solely eight proprietor bikes are affected. 4 extra are nonetheless not bought or registered.

The bikes could also be outfitted with SAE (North America specification) halogen headlights that don’t adjust to Australian Design Guidelines (ADR) necessities.

Fashions affected are Indian Chief, Chief Basic, Chief Darkish Horse, Chief Classic, Springfield, Springfield Darkish Horse (pictured prime of web page), Chieftain, Chieftain Basic, Chieftain Darkish Horse, Chieftain Restricted and Chieftain Elite.

Indian Chieftain Elite halogen
Indian Chieftain Elite

The listing of Car Identification Numbers beneath point out affected bikes. The ultimate 4 usually are not but bought or registered.


Homeowners are suggested to contact their authorised Indian Supplier to rearrange an inspection of the affected bike.

If the bike has been incorrectly assembled with an SAE headlight, the supplier will change the lamp with the right ECE compliant (ADR accredited) unit free of charge.

If shoppers want help contacting or finding an Indian Supplier, please name 1300 721 360 or go to the Indian web site.

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The discover follows two recollects final 12 months over gasoline leak points with the Thunder Stroke bikes.



Recall notices are issued by the producer by means of a voluntary trade code underneath the ACCC.

Regardless of a whole bunch of recollects by varied automotive producers, none has ever been obligatory.  All have been issued by the producer.

Whereas any recall will not be excellent news for the producer, it exhibits that they’re largely diligent in fixing issues.

In the event you consider there may be an endemic downside along with your bike that ought to be recalled, contact the ACCC on 1300 302 502.

To test whether or not your motorbike has been recalled, click on on these websites:

• Australia


• UK

• New Zealand

• Canada

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