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My clutch went out without warning in the middle of nowhere (thank heaven for Steve at Snake River Garage in Huntington, OR who rescued me and got my car moving without a tow) There is a leak somewhere at the bleeder junction for my clutch. And when calling Suzuki Service to get this fixed I really got the runaround about whether or not this would be covered under the power train warrantee. I've been doing some searching and apparently I am going to be having a transmission sensor problem in the near future. Shouldn't these be covered? This is copied directly off of the Suzuki website regarding the warrantee. A fully transferable, zero-dollar deductible 100,000-mile/7-year powertrain limited warranty on all new vehicles sold after August 1, 2002. Duration - Suzuki's powertrain limited warranty covers 100,000 miles or 7 years, whichever comes first. Transferable - The powertrain warranty can be transferred from owner to owner, adding value at the time of resale or trade-in. Deductible - There is no deductible, so Suzuki owners won't have an out-of-pocket expense.
The same thing just happened to me out in the middle of the desert. Luckily I had a saviour mechanic that bled the clutch and added fluid to the master cylinder. But it is leaking at the bleeder. Is yours? Was your repair a warrantee item