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Posted by: ericjmow
08-24-2020, 08:01 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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I cant get any power out of the DLC connector. If I plug my device into my laptop USB for power, then connect the OBD2 connector to the port it works fine. 

Any happen to know which fuse seems to have popped ? It does not seem to be listed in the manual 

2020 Venice GT

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Posted by: Fiddyfoe
08-21-2020, 09:59 PM
Forum: Suspension & Wheels
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The good news is that the replacements, front only, are about as much as just the rear on my motorcycles. Getting a slightly harder compound with a good water shucking tread in a more conventional pattern. I would like a torque value for the lugs if anybody has one.

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Posted by: bpeery
08-15-2020, 05:02 PM
Forum: New Member Introductions
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Hello from SW Missouri. Just purchased a Venice during the Sturgis rally and I'm waiting for it's delivery. Are there any other owners in this area?

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Posted by: 4estmccoy
08-11-2020, 04:26 PM
Forum: Engine Mods
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Hello,
New member, first time posting. I own one of the first production Venices vin 00005. Lucky me right? Wrong!

I've had numerous issues stemming from the hurried way they put these together in the beginning. I've been slowly chipping away at these issues over many weekends. At this time it seems the more issues I fix, the more issues I find. I've come to a point where I need help from you guys.

The most recent issue is the engine motor mounts, when the engine loads up it hits the hood and bends the coolant reservoir up. There's about 2 to 3 inches of flex on the front of the engine. I've seen videos of later Vanderhalls with the hood off and there doesn't seem to be nearly as much flex.

Which brings me to my question. How many motor mounts do you have? I have 3, one on each side of the engine and one at the rear supporting the transmission. If you have an additional one at the front of the engine and can post a pic, it would help me immensely. That way I can fabricate one myself or possibly order one from the dealership. 

Tomorrow, I'll post some pics of the motor mounts I do have and maybe you guys can tell me if yours look any different.

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Posted by: BLACKJACK2020
08-08-2020, 11:45 PM
Forum: Venice Chat
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Just got it fixed at my not so local dealer, drove 80miles back, the ABS wire got wrapped around the CV boot, tore it all up. The car was at the dealers for a month for a leaky CV boot, it’s gonna get towed back to the dealers next week. I’m not even mad, lol par for the course I guess!

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Posted by: Vector-BFC
08-07-2020, 02:13 PM
Forum: Venice Chat
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When I spoke to the manager in Provo he did provide one piece of information. As of today VH driveshafts will be from a new supplier. That means VH is admitting our driveshafts are defective. My left side failed for the second time and my VH is in the shop (again). I have requested that VH replace both driveshafts with the newer model. VH knowing the shafts are defective would be subject to liability should one fail and cause an accident. 

Other than telling me that one piece of information, the Provo guy was completely unhelpful and arrogant.

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Posted by: Vector-BFC
08-06-2020, 05:42 PM
Forum: General Discussion
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Found a number for VH warrantee manager. he was of no help. I explained to him the numerous problems and that my VH is back in the shop. I explained to him my dealer (one man operation) went into the hospital and may not be able to work on it for weeks. I asked they send a technician down or have my Venice repaired at the factory. All the jerk kept saying is I needed to go through my dealer. I ask if he was even listening, that my dealer is ill and can not work. He just repeated there was nothing VH could do and to contact my dealer. I want to drive it to Provo and ....

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Posted by: Vector-BFC
07-30-2020, 01:42 PM
Forum: Venice Chat
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Sunrise Blackjack.

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Posted by: Vector-BFC
07-27-2020, 01:00 AM
Forum: Show-Off
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Posted by: PaulAB
07-26-2020, 10:46 PM
Forum: East North Central
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Woodstock/ McHenry Back the Blue Ride.
July 2020............ sponsored by Woodstock, Illinois HD dealer..... hundreds strong!


   

Woodstock Illinois, McHenry Co.  Back the Blue Ride; hundreds strong, July 2020.

   

    Another Woodstock Ride / downpour for the Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride/
Movember Charitable organization  For Men’s Health. Worldwide ride Day each fall.

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