Yes. I just had my Viking VI delivers today and eight miles later, it overheated and check engine light came on. Apparently, the dealer did not properly bleed the coolant lines and this caused the issue. The check engine light comes on if you don't see the temperature light soon enough and the engine hits a high temperature triggering the light. There is a preservice bulletin that yamaha released that addresses this issue to the dealer and the steps to properly bleed the coolant system. I get the unit back tomorrow so we'll see but from reading other issues including the rhino and Polaris products, this seems to be the problem. To address it, the front end should be jacked up and radiator cap removed. Then run the engine till warm and let bubbles finish coming out indicating air in system. Top off as air comes out and more room is available in radiator. Hope this helps.