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Have a new 2008 C109RT that quit just like you turned the key off. its under warranty and in the shop, but so far they are having trouble locating the problem. said it was the battery, reulator, sensor but it is not fixed yet. any ideas on what it could be?

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Suzuki are correct as it isn't a warranty issue, you pay for delivery in which case the oil levels are filled and checked by the dealer. This in my opinion a dealer warranty because they seem to have stuffed up. Frankly it is a bit hard to prove so if I were you I would have the oil drained and refilled to the correct level (Even using the same oil) by another shop. Try asking the dealer to do it first, you no ask you no get. If that doesn't work go somewhere else, if enough people do this it will hurt them in the long run.

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My C109RT only has 480miles and is leaking oil where the shaft drive meets the engine is that a very serious problem and how long would it take to fix if one had parts in hand. It has an appointment at...

1.It is Not normal

2.Could have been a bad seal installed.
Could have been a metal burr left on the shaft, when the shaft was machined.
Could have been a Friday, and everyone at the factory was looking for Saturday, and messed up this installation. (lol!)

3.Patience is a virtue. Ride the bike now, run it low, or out of fluid in that drive, and you'll be waiting until you get Big Bucks to fix it, and waiting on next year to ride. Catch my drift?

Stay off of it for three days. IF You have to ride it to the shop, MAKE SURE that final drive unit is FULL! (And pray it doesn't run low, or out, on the way!)
Doomed? Chin up man! It's only a seal. May have been caused by a bad bearing.

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