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Idle Adjustment Knob

So i was messin around and turn the idle up and rode just for shits and giggles. Put it at almost 2K, went to take it back down and its stuck, anyone have this happen or know what i can do. Im about to start pullin **** off to get to the bottom of it but i wanna hear some responses first....
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type "idle adjust" into the search, there are at least 6 threads on the first page.




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its F'ed up, they break off
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yea i frickin broke it, now im stuck at 2500. Think my dealer will warranty it?
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they should warranty is 12000 miles or 12 month from date of purchase whatever comes first



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don't think there's a mileage restriction, least on the extended warranty. they should cover it if you're still protected either way.




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yea i have the extended warranty, 5 years unlimited miles, the only thing that makes me question it is that i tried to force it to turn in a blind rage, dumb idea but hindsight is 20/20 of course. i need to quit workin on my bike with lack of sleep.
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extended warranty you should be alright then



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lol that sucks, hopefully you have open roads so yo udont over heat
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take it in for a warranty claim
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i rape her when shes in between my legs, but i do it gently, ha ha
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LOL......okay, heh i guess i do the same.




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I dont think warrranty will cover wear and tear through abuse, I think you are out of luck. Thats like me crashing my bike and trying to have them replace my case covers by they got a crack in them. More than likely you will have to pay for this out of pocket.

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he wanted to keep my bike while they ordered the part, which takes like 1-2 weeks, look at the old part and see what caused it to break and then decide if it will warranty it. I said screw it, took it apart, turned the idle back down by hand, went to the small privately owned cycle shop and had them order it for 20 bucks. he offered to put it on for free but im capable of doin it myself so i didnt want to be a bother.
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