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I am looking at a 2004 warrior with 230 miles on it. Good shape, has Bub pipes but the dealer doesn't know whether it has the EFI mapped. Questions are:
1. Any reliability issues with the 04's?
2. Any issues other than the 02 transmission problems with Warriors?
Thanks in advance
Eric
 

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1. If your looking for dependability. The Warrior should be near the top of your list.
2. There was the transmission recall which you seem to be aware of. There wa also a TPS recall. Yamaha will take care of them no charge.
 

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I have an 04, I've put about 6 k on it in the two years I have owned it, going broke is no joke when it comes to moddin this beast. Never had an issue with it, normal maintenance, oil changes, tires etc... I love it!!
 

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Also might have an extra CPS sensor, since the wires tend to break.
Or have the dealer cover the wires on it with silicone to help prevent them from breaking.
 

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I appriciate the quick responses, I have worked at several Yamaha M/C dealerships(1976-1980)prior to entry in the Navy and several since while on shore duty. 3 more years and I'll have my 30 in and will have to get a real job /emoticons/emotion-1.gif
I currently have a Yamaha 1978 SR 500 Single and love the Yamaha brand, I need to get rid of my Hog 99 Suzuki LC 1500. Looking forward to a big bike that handles again.
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I put 40k miles on it in just under 2 years and didn't have one single problem. One flat tire, and that was it. Other than that it was a complete rock solid bike.
 
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