Since buying my 2016 Chieftain three years ago, I've been impressed with how well engineered this bike is. Especially considering that it was only the third model year for the new Indian. The only exception to that has been the self-canceling turn signals. They often don't cancel after making a turn and they occasionally self cancel prior to making a turn. The first problem is frequent and really just a nuisance. I've become used to looking down after a turn and turning them off. The second problem is more infrequent and, as I recently discovered, a little more dangerous. About two weeks ago, I was at a four-way stop. I was turning left and an SUV who should have given way to me was turning right. I began my left turn and he began his right. Because we both started from a stop, neither of us was going that fast and we stopped before colliding. He was kind enough to stop to see if I was okay and to suggest that I use my turn signal next time. I distinctly remember turning it on but he said it was off. Without engaging in too much hyperbole, I now think this turn signal systems' occasional tendency to self-cancel before a turn is potentially dangerous. Has anyone else experienced this? Is it an issue on earlier models only or does it persist in newer models? Does anyone know if there is a fix for it?