I called the dealer this morning to arrange to take it in - seems like Kawa Australia has no such recall.Thanks to all for getting a recall on the stalling issues on the Vulcan 1700,I hope the recall is happening here in Australia, when i don't know. No recall has been issued here yet will wait and see.
called my dealer this morning, he call the tech department at kawasaki canada they said there was a recall for U.S.A and the recall would be in canada in about two weeks, so as soon as he gets the recall he will order the parts for the ecu my bike is in the recall voyager 2009 bought in may 2009,thanks guy's for the heads up keep the info coming save's a lot of work calling the dealer's, and when you call them they never here of the recalls or any other problem for that matter!I called the dealer this morning to arrange to take it in - seems like Kawa Australia has no such recall.
The dealer hadn't heard anything about it.
Hopefully it's just an admin thing and it will filter down to the other countries shortly - I've been waiting for a solution to this problem from day one.
Ha! That's what I was thinking about my '09. I only have 1800 miles on mine but it's breaking-in nicely, belt whine going away, never stalled... only problem was the Kawasaki tach I bought for it that crapped out after 200 miles. ...then the stripped threads for the handlebars... no matter. I just like the way it is now and shudder at the thought of screwing with it!Got my notice today. Had not planned to take the Voyager to dealer to replace ECU because after 20,000 miles I've had no problems; however, the recall letter states, "Do Not Ride Your Motorcycle Until The Repair Has Been Completed." Called the dealer, he is going to order parts and call me when they arrive. Hope the new ECU doesn't mess my bike up
Actually, many of us are getting parts that were only intended for "new" unsold bikes. Then our ECUs are getting sent back to be reprogrammed and sent back out to be installed in "sold" bikes. I called my dealer on Monday and had my new part in on Thursday. Might be your dealer instead of Kawasaki because the dealer has to pay for the part and then will get reimbursed by Kawasaki. They are handling the paperwork just like any warranty item. This way the dealer makes a little on the part and the .3 hours of labor.My 09 just does it in the morning at the first stop sign I come to. I let it warm 10 to 15 min's but it didn't matter. Called my KW dealer and of coarse, he'll order part and call me, that was a week ago. Getting a little tired of KW failure to supply it's dealers when it knew that they had a recall. Typical.