Bajaj Bikers: Attention Please!
Bajaj Auto has recalled specific models of its iconic Pulsar 220 DTSi – news around is that Bajaj is calling back all Pulsar 220cc bikes for a starter kit replacement issue, the Pulsar 220 motor has some technical issue with it starter relay.
As part of the recall Bajaj will do a free replacement of the starter relay (for specific Pulsar 220 DTSi motorcycle) at all Bajaj service centers across India.
The entire replacement job will take not more than 20 minutes as it only involves the replacement of an electronic component.
Bajaj dealers and service centers across India have started sending text messages to all the Pulsar 220 owners whose motorcycles are involved in this recall.
To check whether your Pulsar 220 falls under this replacement – pick up your phone and drop in a call at your nearest Bajaj service outlet – you can find a list
of the nearest Bajaj service outlet at this link: http://www.bajajauto.com/services_stnlocator.asp
You will be required to give the service advisor/supervisor your Pulsar 220 DTSi’s chassis number to verify whether your Pulsar 220 needs a replacement.
Those of you who dont know where is your Pulsar 220 DTSi’s chassis number:
1. User Manual: The user manual of your motorcycle has the chassis number printed on the cover of the book.
2. On the bike: The headstock on the frame of the motorcycle, just below the front fairing will have the chassis number etched onto it.(For simple understanding, the head stock as illustrated in the image below is the black vertical rod that sits below the handlebar)
So, all you Bajaj Pulsar owners please pay attention to this and contact your nearest Bajaj service network.