I just got my WR450 back from the dealership. I had to wait almost a month to get the TSB done. When I first called about the repair, they said they would contact me when the parts came in to set up a time to bring in the bike. After calling about twice a week (they have never called me in the past when parts arrived, usually up to 2 weeks after. So I make it a point to check). They finally called last Sat and told me to bring the bike in on wed. When I took the bike into the shop (wednesday) they told me it would be done friday. When I called friday at about 3:30 to see if it was ready, they told me they had just started on it, and that it MIGHT be done on monday because the service dept was closed on saturday. 5 days for a .7 hour TSB???? I finally got the salesman that I purchased the bike from to check on its progress, he told me it will be ready today (saturday), and that I could pick it up at 4:00. When I arrived at the shop at 4:00, the service dept was indeed open, and everyone was there. When I asked for paperwork for the repair, they were reluctant to give it to me. When I finally got the Mgr to give me the paperwork, he told me that they "didn't like doing recalls because they don't get paid for them". That is why it wasn't done promptly. So basically, if your dealership does not want to do the TSB, they don't have to??? Is Yamaha
ever going to address this? Evidently, HARDINGS PARK CYCLE in canton Oh. can choose when,or if, they ever do the TSB. I guess they figure that if they make it enough trouble, you will just dump it on another dealership. What if they say no? Who do you go to then Yamaha?