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post #11 of 16 Old 11-01-12, 14:46 Thread Starter
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Thanks for ur reply and its good to hear that! I spoke with the manager and i said to him that i refuce to pay anything on the recalls because as far as i am concerned it should be free as every other company such mercedes. Can any one please provide me details of triumph direct? Im not sure with who i should speak about this.
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post #12 of 16 Old 11-01-12, 22:06
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I just took my 07 into the shop TODAY for both R/R and fuel pump relay. It was all covered under warranty and I didn't pay a dime.

... I hate stealerships! Good luck man
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He is located in the UK and as such what is covered under warranty and what is not is different then in the USA.
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Hey Mac

From earlier posts in this thread, it looks like your VIN program is not limited to bikes in your country only.

As I respect your advice and opinions more than that from some stealerships, would you please run my VIN 312817 to check for outstanding recall work. This is a 2007 model and the R/R was done about 3 months ago (under goodwill, just before the service bulletin and recall came out).

I am particularly worried about the fuel pump relay, and do not know if that has been done. Also not sure if the gearshift problem/fix applied to this VIN or not?

I appreciate your help on this, thanks!
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Thanks Mac, I really appreciate your help on this!

Good to know that everything is up to date - have 37 000 km on the clock now and running well!
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