Saturday, 25 February 2012

Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSi Recalled By Bajaj To Replace Faulty Starter Relay

Bajaj has recalled one of the finest bikes in India, Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSi claiming it to be a technical glitch with the starter relay. Since the Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSi is an electric start-only motorcycle, it would be advisable to replace the starter relay as soon as possible as the relay’s failure could leave you stranded without the starter functioning.

The company is using text messages to inform Pulsar 220 owner about the recall and to get the replacement done they will have to reach specified service stations. The replacement job is less time consuming and would take less than 20 minutes which means an owner can spare some time out with interrupting his work.

For replacing your starter motor, you have to be aware of your Pulsar’s Chassis Number which you can find at the following:

Step1: Your 220’s manual should have the chassis number printed on the cover.
Step 2: Under the fairing, on the headstock you locate the chassis number.
Step 3: Contact your nearest Bajaj Showroom, and they will let you know the number.


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