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Gotta take the bike into the dealer this weekend for the leaking battery replacement. Since I have a 2001 S4 that was delivered to my address in April 2002 - the bike should still be under warranty.

I have my Ducati Owners Club Card - has the date 03/2002 on it - does that mean the shop that sold me the bike registered it with Ducati as being sold to owner in 03/2002?

Anyone out there who didn't take their bike to the original dealer tell me how they proved to a subsequent dealer the bike is still under warranty.

And BTW - the shop said they are replacing the batteries on their bikes with the FIAMM one - and I just had to mention that I expected my bike to have its battery replaced with another type since it has leaked. Win for me.

Many thanks,
Dan
 

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Re: How do you prove your warranty is still active

Easiest proof: bring the original bill of sale. It's indisputable.

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Re: How do you prove your warranty is still active

Thanks Jim - but the bill of sale is from Dec 2001 - Bike delivery was in April of 2002. The warranty is from the delivery date of the bike - (at least based on my understanding).
 
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