IMO, this may be a blessing that they threw up their hands and cut you loose from their clutches.Latest as of 9-19-19
The original dealer who sold the unit, extended warranty with many Can Am and aftermarket parts assured me this problem would be resolved and customer satisfaction was priority.
The dealer conveyed many times their business was qualified and had the experience, resources and professionalism to handle a service problem with Can Am and other vehicles they sell.
I'm very surprised and extremely disappointed as I received an email last evening where the dealership is washing their hands and not able to accommodate the service needs advising me to go elsewhere and without recommendations to be left in the cold.
What else am I left with other than to convey and post my experiences with different interest groups, forums, Facebook groups, professionals and legal counsel seeking answers.
I hope others can use this experience so to take proper precautions when considering a purchase.
Another QUALIFIED shop, another few sets of eyes with different thought processes may be all that's needed to solve this case and get you running properly.
When you pick up the machine, try and get the entire rap sheet of work they have done...easier said than done, but it may help a new technician solve this dilemma.