review by Woody:
I have a 2008 SEADOO GTX with $6,000 in repair bills after 75
hrs! The super charger was dealer rebuilt after ceramic washer
failure at 20 hrs. Seadoo paid for some of the rebuild, but
the tech info from Seadoo says to change the ceramic washer
to steel and change the oil twice to wash out the broken ceramic
Seadoo had to know this fix was way short of
adequate. The oil drain access is about 1/4 of and inch and
the ceramic pieces are MUCH bigger and can't get out of the
engine short of a major tear down and thorough cleaning. SEADOO
opted to safe themselves lots of money and hide the facts that
there would be another failure soon from the broken pieces left
in and roaming through the engine, but out of warranty.
a used boat knowing the dealer had made the tech repair per
Seadoo specs. However, only Seadoo, it's dealers and those who
have already been slammed know a boat repaired on the Seadoo
specs is a time bomb.
Interested in joining the class action
I want to look at filing?