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If you did not transfer a warranty through the dealership you most likely do not have one. You can check your bolt 3rd bolt down. If that bolt is totally different from the others with a bigger head, it is most likely done.Another questions regarding warranty, to verify that the warranty is valid or expired, who do you contact and what information do you provide (I assume your hull id#)? Since I bought the boat used, is there anyway to know if the previous owner had this done under warranty?
Totally concur that a recall should be done on the oil coolers for 2010 and 2011. Some with a good dealership and a bit of fighting with mother Yamaha have gotten resolve even without warranty but not all were that fortunate. Yamaha will not publicly confirm there is a problem although the informed know better.I inquired when I purchased the boat through the dealership and they had said there was no warranty remaining. That said, I basically double check everything because many times people are just to lazy to do the work and give you the answer that requires them to do the least amount of effort. That said, 99% certain I do not have one. I will be pulling the boat out of storage in a couple of weeks and this has been on my prep list all winter. Warranty or not, of it is a known defective part, the manufacturer should step up.....but we know they won't.