The dealer "fixed" my problem just less than 2000 miles ago. It was handled as an extended warranty repair. WHOO HOO! Now they are claiming no responsibility since they followed the manfacturers procedure in completing the repairs.
I tried my best to help them "do it right" but they had their own ways and no input was necessary. So here I am. Ready for the Gonzo Twist as a stopgap measure just to get back on the road safely. Does anyone know how long the "Twist" will last?
I guess it's my own fault since I already knew they were the same dealer that Hollbry had the problem with her key situation (which I had to tell them how to fix after six weeks of her discussing it with them and their lack of understanding).
I guess the state of Piaggio trained mechanics is pretty sorry in the midwest. Mechanically there just isn't much to one of these. Maybe some of you have better service centers. It probably explains why there are so few and becoming fewer.
I just had to vent a bit, there's not anything about this that I can't do. Just didn't believe the knowledge base was so slight at the dealerships. My grandfather always told me ..."if you want any job done right, if you can, do it yourself". He was right again!