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    X model 10 hour oil change

    Anyone taking their ski in for the 10 hour or is this not a big issue?


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    I took it my RXT in for the 10 hour service because there were other things being done.

    Dependingon the shop it may or may not be worth it.

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    i took my p-x in for it but it was going in to be checked over for the recalled fuel hose anyway and i was passing shop anyway that day going out on ski.

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    failure to do a 10 hour service can result in loss of warranty......ive seen it before.....10 hour is the important one

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    Talk to your dealer, ask them if you can do it yourself and keep the reciepts and still be covered.
    I've done all my own service and I'm still covered.

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    I'm changing my oil this weekend. I did the fuel hose recall last night. My ski hasn't and never will see a dealer again.

    Also, if you do the hose clamp and fuel hose recalls yourself make sure you call your dealer and have them enter it in the system.

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    Thanks for the advice...I would like to get the oil changed and I just got the recall notice in the mail - perhaps I'll just drop it off and let them go at it. I wanted to get more time on it this long weekend...you don't think they'll hassle me too much if it's a few hours over, do you?

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    I changed mine at 8 hours. I want good fresh oil in it as soon as possible.

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    I took mine in at 12 hours. I just had a long day and didn't want to stop and load up because I was at 10. My dealer didn't have a problem and I didn't purchase it there either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPower View Post
    I'm changing my oil this weekend. I did the fuel hose recall last night. My ski hasn't and never will see a dealer again.

    Also, if you do the hose clamp and fuel hose recalls yourself make sure you call your dealer and have them enter it in the system.

    you must have a BUDS system at your house......that maintnence beep and light get pretty annoying when you cant clear them LOL

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