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Mahindra 3016 hst. noise from trans. slows under load,how is there warenty

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Most dealers will only cover this under 3 year, 36,000 mile warranty. You might get a courtesy replacement if you are just over that, but don't count on it. I checked when mine went bad, the dealer quoted me "about $300 to get it fixed". After extensive research, I find that this is a very common problem with Suzuki's. Cheaper and easy fix is to go to oemsuzukiparts.com, in the mechanical section type in transmission range selector or neutral safety switch (not sure which one I used), and it will come up---$34 part held in place with two bolts!!!! I ended up unhooking the upper radiator hose from the radiator to give me more room, but it was so worth it. It only took me less than half an hour to replace. Just make sure you line up the teeth on the internal gears of the switch, and the tranny is in park. No problems, and more than $200 kept in my pocket

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