Question about Polaris ATV
The first guy is a BS expert. If a motor runs too lean it will ruin the top end of the motor, not the bottom end. Normally, the only two things that cause the bottom end to knock are, 1) Running the engine low on oil, or, 2)High engine hours and poor maintenance. The guy you talked to is trying to BS his way out of paying to fix your engine. If they replaced your gasket under warranty, and the fix failed and caused you to lose alot of engine oil, the company that fixed the gasket, is legally responsible for your repairs. I would go over the shops head and call Polaris directly. If they are not willing to cooperate, consider getting a lawyer. These kind of mechanics are crooks who won't stand behind their work. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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