Not really. Oil has to be drained and the clutch basket assembly most likely needs to come out to be inspected. And if the problem is to be covered under warranty. Then if you start messing with it, that can negate and warranty claim. just trailer it over and let the shop deal with it.So they saw the video I sent last night and he agreed it's louder than normal. They think it might actually be the clutch making the noise. I'm going to have to bring it down. Is there anything I could potentially do to resolve this on my own or checks I can make? if not I guess I'll suck it up and make the drive unfortunately.
Pretty sure in order for something to qualify as a lemon. The same issue needs to be attempted to be fixed 3 times before it can be deemed a lemon. That's the way it's written in Ca.Just use it as leverage to get more goodies. Is this the dealer who sold the bike to you? Quite possibly you can use the lemon law to swap it for a new bike, depending on what they find on the inspection.
Bump!Like I said, you don't want to be sitting on that I.E.D. when it decides to explode. It is the dealer's problem how it gets to them. Tell them that you posted on this site, and about 35,600 Indian Motorcycle owners and potential owners are watching to see what happens.
You might want to step in here and name the dealer about now!