How does it effect warranty and extended warranty, doing it from 1k 5k 10k ect?
Get a service manual, write down the dates and mileage when you perform the service, keep your receipts. Youll have the satisfaction of knowing it was done right and you did it, much more economical, warranty still in effect.How does it effect warranty and extended warranty, doing it from 1k 5k 10k ect?
No offense but if you are that unfamiliar with what to check, what voids a warranty, and what to adjust, maybe you should just have a dealer do it. Or at least have someone with more expertise help you out the first couple of times.Does aervive2 manual tell you what to check as in a check list of what to do and how to and what to look for and adjust ect. Just trying to cover ALL BASES.
A 2015 with over 70k! I'm impressed!I guess it depends on your dealership. I have never kept any of my receipts. Over 70,000 and never been questioned about who is doing the maintenance when I take the bike in for warranty work.
Most recent job was a month ago for a rebuild after the rear seal blew out and it dumped all the oil.
I've watched them do service at many different dealers in several states. That's basically all they do: drop the fluids and change the oil filter. I was passing through Texas once and needed a 10k. Had three luggage bags on the back and seat. Started taking it off and guy said, "don't bother. We don't go anywhere near there for the service. No checking the battery or lubing the hinges like the manual says, and I do when I do my service.I've done two 1k services myself (2016 rgs, 2018 rgu) both times I was careful to check everything listed in the service manual and document it, and both times it amounted to just a complete fluid change. I think that's all you get at a dealership, and who knows if they check everything listed in the manual as closely as a owner does.