I see your up in roseville don't know how far that is from concord motorsports but they are a pretty good dealer I have 3 friends in the san diego area that went up and bought their cars from them great prices and service, when I had my popo and on the forum their was a guy having all kinds of trouble with his new car (lemon). They stepped in and got him a new car and took care of everything , really good guys Home - Concord Polaris and Trailer World. + can am dealer looks like they have a 2020 rr rcJust picked her up from the Stealership. So after talking to the Service Writer, who talked to his manager who talked to the Tech who relayed everything back to the service writer now says all cylinders have zero compression. This is what they wrote exactly on the job sheet:
"Found code for cam sensor fault in ecm. Remove spark plug and found no compression. Suspect timing chain concern. Will need to R&R motor to further inspect. 12 Hours Labor"
I tried to ask three different times why no further troubleshooting was done on the cam fault. No answer. I asked them about my warranty and they told me it expired. So I'm assuming they never even called my after market warranty. He had to keep going through his manager instead of them just coming out and talking to me. So stupid.
My aftermarket warranty strictly states it covers timing chains:
Engine: All internally lubricated parts, including: pistons, pins, rings; connecting rods and bearings; crankshaft and main bearings; camshaft, followers, and cam bearings; push rods, valves, retainers, springs, guides, seats, followers, and lifters; rocker arms, rocker shafts and bushings; internal reed valves (where fitted), transfer port valves, timing gears, timing chains, timing belt, timing chain/belt tensioners and retainers; eccentric shaft; oil pump. Oil pan; intake and exhaust manifolds; engine mounts and cushions; engine torque strut, timing cover; valve cover(s); harmonic balancer; flywheel (flexplate) and flywheel ring gear. Turbo/Supercharger (optional): Housing and all internal lubricated parts and waste gate are covered.
By the way my oil is spotless. You think if it threw a chain you would know about it. Whether the noise when it happened or metal in the oil.
So thats the latest. Gonna do some more troubleshooting when it isn't 108 degrees outside and 130 in the garage.