Sandi, thanks for your post. I had similar issues and additional ones such as not being able to find an address to a location less than five miles away (the Moth Man Museum in WV) and being unable to access GPX files from the additional SD card. I’m the 2nd owner on a then “nearly new” NAV VI and I checked with Garmin to determine if Warra…[Read more]
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The bike maker said an oil line may come loose, causing oil to leak onto the rear tire’s path. There have been nine reports of displaced oil lines. Harley is aware of two crashes and one minor injury due to the issue.
Dealers will repair a clamp on the engine oil cooler line at no extra cost to owners.
Check this out if you or someone you know rides a Harley . . .
DETROIT – Harley-Davidson (HOG) said Friday it will recall approximately 46,000 motorcycles in the U.S., citing a potential oil leak that has been linked to two crashes. The recall includes certain 2017 Electra Glide, Road Glide, Road King and Street Glide bikes. The affected m…[Read more]