Indian Recalls Certain Challenger and Pursuit Models
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Indian Recalls Certain Challenger and Pursuit Models

Feb 07, 2024

The 2023 Indian Pursuit Dark Horse. Photo: Indian Motorcycle

Indian Motorcycle is recalling a total of 50 2023 Challenger and Pursuit model motorcycles. The issue stems from a “…fuel line [that] was assembled with the internal flow control check valve in the wrong end of the fuel line and oriented in the wrong direction.” The defect may cause fuel starvation to the injectors and may result in a vehicle stall during operation.”

In its Part 573 Safety Recall Report, Indian describes the defect:

“Indian Motorcycle has determined that some Model Year 2023 Challenger and Pursuit motorcycles have been built with an improperly assembled fuel line by the supplier. This may result in a vehicle stall during operation, which increases the risk of a crash and serious injury.”

Then, describing the safety risk, Indian says:

“Potential for engine stall increasing the risk of crash and serious injury.”

The 2023 Indian Challenger. Photo: Indian Motorcycle

The motorcycles included in this recall are as follows:

A breakout of VINs by affected motorcycles is as follows:

Name: Cooper StandardAddress: 40300 Traditions DriveNorthville Michigan 48168Country: United States

Indian’s remedy plan

Indian Motorcycle will inform dealers of the recall and provide instructions to dealers to replace the fuel line at no cost to consumers. Customers who paid to replace or service their vehicle for this condition before the recall notification may be eligible for reimbursement per Indian Motorcycle’s General Recall Reimbursement Plan on file with NHTSA.

Indian indicates that it will notify affected parties in accordance with the below schedule:

Planned Dealer Notification Date: August 22, 2023Planned Owner Notification Date: September 12, 2023 – SEP 12, 2023

Owners may contact Indian at 1-800-765-2747 and cite Indian recall number I-23-06 if they have any questions about this recall. Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153) and cite NHTSA Campaign Number 23V-582, or they may go to

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