Hello, friends. I need your expertise. I am a happy owner of an 2018 Indian Roadmaster. It has 27,000 miles on the clock and it has not had any issue at all until a couple of months ago. All recalls have been done (left switch cube and gear position sensor). After riding for more than 10 miles or so, some times more than 100 milesñ (that means that the engine is working at operating temperature), suddenly all warning lights on both dashboards light on. All of them: turning lights left and right, high beam, km/h, miles/hour, gas, Neutral, check engine, etc,etc, etc. Speedo and tach arrows come down to cero. All possible lights turn on and, after a couple of seconds, they start to come on and off randomly, once and again. It usually happens when reducing speed a little bit passing by a town or just when arriving at destination, meaning that have to reduce speed and gears. But to be honest I have not been able to figure out a rationale or any "direct connection" with any event provoking this problem. The engine continues working perfectly and I can continue the trip, but no electronics are working: no turning lights, no speedometer, no rpm, no fuel gage, no screen movement up and down, etc, etc. But if you continue driving and after coming on and off randomly for about 20 seconds and you accelerate, the warning lights get off, the speedo and tach arrows come back to their nomal position. It seems that nothing would have happened. No error code remains registered in the VCM. Unbelievable!!!! The problem is that if during the "event" you stop the engine it is not possible to start the bike again. It takes a few hours until in starts normaly, and no error codes saved in the VCM. I took the bike to the dealer and he says that it is the first time that he hears something like this. When I took the bike to the dealer the event had already disappeared and everything was working OK and he checked that no error code was saved in the ECU. So he could not give me any advice. I have a error code reader and while the issue is happening it is not possible to connect to the VCM. I have checked connectors, grounds (those that I could find), changed the battery, changed the battery of the fob, changed the 10 Amp circuit braker, changed the 6 relays of the fuse box... nothing. The problem with the dealer is that he can not replicate the problem and after happening there is no error code saved. I need your help. Any advice? Any of you have had a similar problem? Thanks a lot in advance. I am getting crazy with this problem with my lovely Indian Roadmaster.