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Posted by: rbriley
02-28-2020, 05:20 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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I purchased a 2020 Venice Blackjack last week 2/20/20 and put only 245 miles on it. went for a ride this morn and got an engine light. Went home  shut it off and now it won't start. getting engine light and oil light. live 150 miles from dealer. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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Posted by: rbriley
02-24-2020, 12:17 AM
Forum: General Discussion
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I just purchased a 2020 Venice Blackjack. I have a small trailer I pulled with my H-D Road King and would like to pull it with my Vanderhall. Does anyone make a trailer hitch for this vehicle? Thanks

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Posted by: f4 customs
02-18-2020, 02:59 PM
Forum: F4 Customs
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Posted by: coolwhip
02-14-2020, 10:01 PM
Forum: Tutorials & DIY
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    The optional boost gauge for the 2018 Venice, which I purchased from my dealer, came without directions.  I will tell you my experience in finally getting it installed and working.  My Venice is VIN #532.  This may not apply to all later Venices, since I have heard some wiring changes were made about VIN# 600.  Newer Venices, I think, come with a factory installed boost gauge.  The first gauge I purchased was faulty and did not work.

In my installation, the gauge came with two sets of wires coming out the back.  One 3-wire set is red/black/white with a connector plug on the end.  The other 2-wire set is black/black with white dashes; it also has a connector plug on the end.

1.  Remove the hood, windshield, and cowling over the dash.  It's all just a bunch of screws, not difficult.
2.  Now you can see all the wiring behind the dash.  Most of the wires don't serve any use.  The ones you need to find (easy to find) are the two daisy chains of wires that you will find attached to all of the already installed gauges.  They are colored exactly the same as the wire sets coming out of the new gauge.
3.  The r/b/w daisy chain should have several spare unused connectors where you can plug in the same colored wires from the new gauge.  Plug in to any spare.
4.  The b/b daisy chain on mine did not have any spare unused connectors (this became an issue with the dealer).  In the description of the gauge, when you order it, it says a cable is included.  It took awhile to get confirmation that this is the cable you need, to create a spare, where you plug in the b/b wire from the new gauge.  It is only about 6" long, and has 3 connectors on it. See Picture.  You must have it, if you don't already have a spare on the b/b daisy chain.  An option would be to hard wire the b/b from the gauge to the daisy chain.
5.  Once both connectors are plugged in, the gauge should work.  Now you need to decide how to mount it on the dash.
6.  On my Venice, there is a temperature gauge in the center of the dash, above the bluetooth.  I cut a new 2" hole with a hole saw, in the dash, to the left of the speedometer cluster, and moved the temp gauge there, then installed the boost gauge in the hole where the temp gauge was removed.

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Posted by: Axismundijewels
02-12-2020, 04:27 PM
Forum: Exterior & Cosmetic Mods
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Best cover in the market for vanderhall it’s on eBay for only $250. Cover on ebay

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=...4535820941

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Posted by: IndyVandy
02-09-2020, 10:39 PM
Forum: News and Announcements
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Figured I would put this out there - Flat Out Motorsports just picked up Vanderhall (after Falcone Powersports shut down abruptly).  The cool thing about this particular move is that Vanderhall, Slingshot, and Can-am Spyders/Rykers are sitting next to each other on the same floor.  Great opportunity to directly compare Vanderhall and I think it will bring more people in.
They will be at the motorcycle show at the Indy fairgrounds next weekend

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Posted by: f4 customs
01-23-2020, 11:45 AM
Forum: Venice Chat
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Posted by: IndyVandy
01-21-2020, 10:29 PM
Forum: Suspension & Wheels
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    Need some help.  I noticed leaking oil/fluid from my right wheel.  I attached a picture.  Any advice?  Oh....the only Vanderhall dealership in my state folded.

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Posted by: J Patrick
01-12-2020, 04:12 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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Anyone know how the seat heaters are wired? I can't see the lights on the switch to know the setting unless it is dark. I haven't used the heaters a great deal but suspect the only real setting is on and off. Was thinking of replacing the switch with a simple lighted toggle and just implementing one of the settings if that worked with the system. Would like to know how the switch is wired before I go to the trouble of taking off the windshield and dash cowling. TIA! (2019 Venice).

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Posted by: Brummbar
01-01-2020, 06:52 PM
Forum: Venice Chat
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The following is provided as general information covering the GM, 1.4 EcoTec engine oil filters for all 2017 to 2019 Vanderhall Venice Models (Un-confrimed if this applies to the 2020 Venice Blackjack engines).

  •      From 2016 thru 2019 all Venice Models use a GM LUV 1.4T MPFI engine with a Garret GT14 turbocharger
  •      In 2020, the Venice Blackjack uses a GM LE2 direct injection 1.4T engine with a Mitsubishi TD025 turbocharger.
2016 to 2019 Ecotec 1.4 LUV Engine 
  • AC Delco Filter PF2257G
  • FRAM CH10246
  • K&N PS-7027
  • WIX 57674
 EDIT:  According the Vanderhall, all 1.4 LUV motors used in Vanderhalls use Vanderhall Part #83515416 - this would seem corollate to a Chevy oil filter listed above.

Brummbar

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