I bought a left over '06 wee in '08 and love it. Last year my bike fell over in the yard (left side) and the only visual damage that I can see is a broken front turn signal. It still works and I simply taped the lens cover back on the turn signal for a temporary fix. I didn't ride after that incident and the bike was put away for the winter. This year when I went to get the bike out it intermittently would not start, wouldn't even try. With a little bit of investigation, I found that I have a short in the wiring coming from the left handgrip. Meaning, that sometimes the computer is getting the signal that the clutch is depressed, and sometimes it isn't. When I bought the bike, I also bought an extended suzuki warranty. So, having said all of that, my questions are these; should I take the bike to a suzuki dealer and have them fix it?, do you think they will give me a hard time about fixing it?, will they say that I caused it when the bike fell over?, should I try to fix it myself?, or should I take it to an independent shop to be repaired?