Question about 2008 Victory Vegas 8-Ball
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you want to get past going to dealer you need to get manual. if will tell you had to check the codes and how to clear it. this where you can A:buy the book or B: download it. use a good pay site to download its worth the 5-10 bucks.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
The early Victory motorcycles had a recall on the speedometer head. The electronics within the guage cluster would put a constant draw on the battery and lower the battery voltage within a week or two. If the bike is ridden regularly you wouldn't notice a problem. I always kept mine on a "Battery Tender".
You can provide your VIN to any Victory Dealer and they should be able to review your bike's history and verify which recalls have been completed. Most pre-2002 Victory's needed this recall.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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