You are correct. Canada does not have the "Lemon Law". There are things that can be done in the case of autos though!
It's not a problem until they are off break in.Make that 2 850 turbos down now with motors both from same dealer its prob related to this issue i imagine dealer overlooked it and now 2 sad boys are 12 hours away from home and no sleds to ride after 25 gs each
Trade it off for a new one problem solved….By the sounds of all hassles of going back n forth to Martin’s & none of the fixes rectifying the problem you would be better off. Hell part it out even & ride a different rental from Specialty each trip out
I spoke with BRP customer service today for about 1 hour. Let them know my thoughts. They are putting a senior technicial advisor on it right away. I ordered the factory spark plug wires and the factory exhaust presssure module. Just over $300 for this so I’ll change both and go to the hill and see if this improves things.
I ordered them myself yes. Not waiting for the BRP tech to chime in, I want to ride this season without this problem. I didn’t complain about this on here last season, and I thought we fixed the problem after they changed the injectors. Only one day ride for testing, and it worked fine. So this year I had the same thing come back on my first trip out. So I’ll put up to 500 in to fix it and I’ll deal with that after, need this fixed.Nice, but are You paying for the parts?
But that would have a problem all the time... not intermittantly, and only when in deep snowSomething to add to this. I have seen a reed cage break but the vulcanized rubber holds the frame in place so it looks fine. When you put some pressure on it the cage pops out of place and the reeds don't seal anymore.