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Old 11-10-2007, 05:15 PM   #1
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Lifetime Warranty disclaimers...

This warranty is important to me because this is also my daily driver and I will put lots and lots of miles on it. So I don't want there to be some disclaimer that voids this. So how far can a person go in the mod department and keep within this warranty or is it subjective to the dealer. I'm getting a 2 door Sahara and would like to raise it and put 33" on her but it's not a must if it will cause problems down the road when I need a new tranny or engine because this will be a vehicle worth hanging on to for this very fact (the warranty).

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Get out your magnifying glass and read all the fine print. A good discussion with your dealer is a must.

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From the research that i have done, there are no mod issues that will effect the warrenty. Now that could also be up to the dealer. So like Dare2 said, a discussion with the dealer is a must. Get it in writing. My local dealer also told me that you have to perform all of the necessay service and maintance that is required for your jeep so you dont void the warrenty.

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From the research that i have done, there are no mod issues that will effect the warrenty. Now that could also be up to the dealer. So like Dare2 said, a discussion with the dealer is a must. Get it in writing. My local dealer also told me that you have to perform all of the necessay service and maintance that is required for your jeep so you dont void the warrenty.

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I'd add that it'll help if you keep good records of having the maintenance done. Even if you do some yourself, jot down what you did, when, and attach a receipt for the parts, if possible..
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and make sure to do the 5 year check ups or w/e they are
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Shopping today and the dealer was pretty evasive on just what could cause problems with warranty. If I buy the Wrangler I will wait for a Mopar lift. I read somewhere on the forum that one was coming? Anyone know anything about that? He couldn't provide me with a warranty in print for me to look at or take. Just said they would go over that in the finance department when making the purchase. Sheesh, he just couldn't understand that was a bit to late! I need that info to make the decision.
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Old 11-19-2007, 08:02 PM   #7
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Here the FAQ from Chrysler website it should answer your concerns......our dealership has these warrenty sheets everywhere its a good sales tool......

WARRANTY CUSTOMERS -- Q&A
Q1: How do I know if I’m covered by the new Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty?
A1: You’re covered if you’re the first registered vehicle owner (purchased on or after July 26, 2007) – retail or lease – in U.S., Puerto Rico and The Virgin Islands.
Q2: What does the new powertrain limited warranty include?
A2: The Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair covered powertrain components – engine, transmission and drive system – on most new Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge 2006 MY, 2007 MY and 2008 MY vehicles.
Q3: What powertrain parts and components are covered?
A3: Gasoline engine, transmission and drive systems (FWD, AWD, RWD or 4WD).
Q4: Are there specific provisions to the new warranty?
A4. In order to maintain the Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty, you must have a powertrain inspection performed by an authorized Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge dealer once every 5 years. This inspection, performed at no charge, must be made within 60 days of each 5-year anniversary of the warranty start date of the vehicle. It is your responsibility to perform preventative maintenance on your vehicle. You’re strongly encouraged to follow the instructions contained in the Scheduled Maintenance Service guidelines in your Owner’s Manual.
Q5: When does the new warranty coverage take effect?
A5: The Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty begins at the end of the 3-year/36,000-mile Basic Limited Warranty.
Q6: Why is Chrysler changing its warranty coverage?
A6: Our confidence level in our vehicles is very high. Our dealers are telling us that our products are the best quality they've seen in a very, very long time – maybe ever. So, we'd like to take this level of confidence and share it with you, our customers. This new powertrain warranty demonstrates our commitment to you as a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge customer and the confidence we have in our ability to produce quality, reliable and durable vehicles. We want you to feel that same confidence.
Q7: Are any Chrysler vehicles excluded?
A7: Our new Lifetime Powertrain Warranty covers over 88% of our vehicles sold at retail in the U.S. Vehicles that not covered include those used as/for/by police, taxis, limousines, postal delivery, ambulances, rental or government – these will continue to be covered by the 3-year/36,000-mile Basic Limited Warranty. Also excluded are SRT models and Dodge Sprinters which are covered by our 3-year/36,000-mile Basic Limited Warranty; and our diesel-engine vehicles (Dodge Ram Cab/Chassis and Dodge Sprinter) which are covered by a 5-year/100,000-mile engine warranty – our diesel-equipped Jeep vehicles have a 3-year/36,000-mile engine warranty.
Q8: What about second owners of the vehicle?
A8: Subsequent owners or lessees, even if they are within the same family or business, are not covered. Successor business entities or persons to whom the vehicle is transferred by operation of law are also not covered. Chrysler offers extended service contracts for purchase for second owners of Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles.
Q9: Why did you choose to make this program non-transferable?
A9: Our internal research data confirmed that the transferability take rate (available on the 7-year/70,000-mile warranty program) was low. We are providing peace-of-mind to the original owner who made the investment in our Chrysler product. Our competitors, Hyundai/KIA/Mitsubishi that offer what was considered the benchmark in long-term powertrain warranty (10 years/100,000 miles), only extend it to the original owner. With the announcement of the Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty, Chrysler will be the new benchmark in long-term powertrain warranty.
Q10: How does your new lifetime powertrain warranty coverage compare to your competitors?
A10: We are the first and only OEM to offer a lifetime powertrain warranty.
Q11: What is different from your 7-year/70,000-mile powertrain warranty to the new Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty?
A11: The 7/70 warranty included a deductible per repair visit, and coverage was transferable for a fee of $150. The new lifetime warranty has no deductible and is not transferable.
Q12: If I purchased my vehicle on July 24 or 25, am I still eligible for the new lifetime limited warranty?
A12: No. However, Chrysler Service Contracts offers a Lifetime Powertrain service contract that is similar to the Company’s new powertrain warranty program. For 60 days, this plan will be offered at a great value to you if you own a 2006 MY and 2007 MY Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge vehicle with the 3/36 basic limited warranty coverage.
Q13: How long will this new Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty be offered on Chrysler vehicles?
A13: At this time, we plan to continue this warranty program through the 2008 MY.
Q14: How can I learn more about Chrysler’s new Lifetime Powertrain Warranty?
A14: Initially, warranty details will be provided as a supplement to the current vehicle Warranty Information Books. Revised warranty books for future vehicles are currently under development. Customers may also visit Chrysler.com, Dodge.com and Jeep.com for more information.
Q15: Is towing included in the new Chrysler Lifetime Powertrain Warranty program?
A15: No. Our research indicates that most consumers have independent towing service plans such as AAA.
Q16. Are Mexico, Canada and International markets offering the new Lifetime Powertrain Warranty?
A16: No. This is a U.S. program only.
Q17: Is this just a marketing promotion to drive traffic to your dealerships?
A17: No. This demonstrates our commitment to improved quality on all our vehicles. This isn't a rebate or financing incentive. We stand behind our products with capital investment in facilities and technology. Our warranty programs exemplify our investment in powertrain. It's a move of strength.
Q18: What does 'lifetime' mean?
A18: Lifetime is lifetime.
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Old 11-22-2007, 06:11 PM   #8
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"Q18: What does 'lifetime' mean?
A18: Lifetime is lifetime."

lifetimes means lifetime but it still doesent transfer to 2nd owners...
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Old 11-22-2007, 09:36 PM   #9
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Just be careful. My 05 is not built like my 97 was. Furtherfore, it may be my area, but I hear this a lot on the web also. Every single dealer within a 50 mile radius, atleast the 5 that I have tried, are a PITA to deal with. Not normal warranty PITA, I am talking 3 visits to get a rear main leak kinda pain in the butt.

As for lifts, I would discuss that with MORE THAN ONE DEALER and chrysler customer service to get a solid answer. With that said, federal law states that a dealership cannot VOID warranties. They can only deny service claims on a case by case basis, and must PROVE that the modification directly caused the failure. I have heard cases of vin numbers being "black listed," but if you wanted to take it all the way with a lawyer, you are federally entitled to an 02 sensor, dispite the fact that you have a disconnecting sway bar. Problem is, dealerships have a lot more money, and much better lawyers than most of us "regular" people.

Just a fair warning. Some dealerships are GREAT to deal with, but there are an overwhelming majority of Mopar dealers that are just down right crooks. Just the fact that they wouldn't let you see a copy of the warranty to seal the deal says a lot about their commitment.

Just my opinion of course, but it is based on my personal experience both in the car buisness, and as a warrantied Jeep owner.

Edit: I am not trying to discourage you from owning a Jeep. I am simply saying that I would not rely on a powertrain warranty if you are planning on lifting your Jeep (or the 36k for that matter), and that dealing with the Mopar warranty on a stock vehicle is a termendous hassle. Enough to make you want to start smoking again
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I have seen the FAQ sheet from Chrysler. It does not address any of my concerns. It is sales information and certainly does not use any verbage from the actual agreement. I just wish they would provide to potential customers who are serious about buying. Hiding the "fine print" from the consumer until purchase is frustrating.
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Brain, my father is a used car manager for a dealership that has a Jeep store. Ill see if I can get a copy of the warranty for you. Hes very busy today, as its black friday, but Ill see what I can do.
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Just be careful.
As for lifts, I would discuss that with MORE THAN ONE DEALER and chrysler customer service to get a solid answer. With that said, federal law states that a dealership cannot VOID warranties. They can only deny service claims on a case by case basis, and must PROVE that the modification directly caused the failure. I have heard cases of vin numbers being "black listed," but if you wanted to take it all the way with a lawyer, you are federally entitled to an 02 sensor, dispite the fact that you have a disconnecting sway bar. Problem is, dealerships have a lot more money, and much better lawyers than most of us "regular" people.
The Federal Law that you are talking about is the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. Here is the link

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you might (as painfull of an idea as this is) have the dealer do the work for you. kinda takes the wind out of their sails when there is a problem down the road.. after all they did the work....
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AFTER I have signed the papers the dealer mentioned to me that even though the owners manual says to change oil every 6K, that because of the lifetime warranty and where we live I need to change the oil every 3k.

Has anyone else been told this. For the last 15 years I've used full synthetic oil on all my cars and motorcycles, doing changes at double the manufacturers interval (except those motorcycles that came from the factory with full synthetic, those I did at recommended interval) with no problems. I can't see why a JK would need to be done at half the factory interval all of a sudden for the new warranty.
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I'd tell them to show you that in writing!
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I'd tell them to show you that in writing!
They did, except it was on a form from the dealer not the factory.
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I'm thinking I'd call BS on that, take the form w/ you and go ask another dealership, that sounds like a crock. LOF intervals are based on your driving, they can't determine what duty cycle you'll be on while in the showroom! Find a new service department to spend your $$ in!
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With a motor that is a 6 cylinder, ("V" or "Straight") I would personally default to oil changes every 3 years anyway.

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Hey all, sorry for the post on an old topic. I'm new to the forum but I did work for Chrysler's Warranty Escalation Dept. for almost 2 years. We were the people the dealer/customer called when they had warranty disputes or seeked factory assistance. When it comes to warranty and things like lifts, oversized tires and what not...it's at the "descretion" of the dealer to determine if the damage to the warranted part was caused by the non-factory or non-warranted parts on the vehicle. If the dealer determines that is the case, dealer may decline to repair under the warranty and repairs are the responsibility of the owner.

It is correct that a dealer can NOT "Void" a warranty. Only Chrysler can "void" a warranty for various reasons such as a totalled vehicle due to theft, flood, accident, etc. A dealer is an independently owned and operated business that sells cars as a retail product. Chrysler can not force a dealer to do anything and just as any restaurant, store, or hair salon; a dealer can refuse business to anyone, for any reason, even if you bought your vehicle there.

Also keep ALL maintenance records (for any car you own with a warranty)...I have seen engines sieze and fail completely at 24,000 miles and NOT be covered under warranty because the owner couldn't produce more then a few oil change receipts. It's more expensive then Jiffy Lube but maintenace at the dealer always has a paper trail in their computer to fall back on.

If your going to mod it, be prepaired to pay for repairs in the long run...or find a dealer that might do the lift for you and offer warranty your repairs IN WRITING on behalf of the dealer that did the work. If you get a deal like that, don't expect other dealers to honor it as they are their own independent business and have no legal responsibility outside the terms of the factory warranty.

Last but not least...when you go to buy...don't just shop the sales floor, shop the service department as well. Ask to speak with the service manager, speak with the sales manager or owner (often the same guy), ask if they give rentals for long term repairs, check their 5 Star status with Chysler directly (yes some dealers have had their 5 Star revoked and still have the signs hanging up). If you have any questions about the warranty or would like some paperwork...just call Chrysler...800-992-1997.
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The sales manager who sold us teh patriot said a 2" lift and 35's would not cause them to deny coverageon any part of teh powertrain,,,,
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I was told last night, when I picked mine up, that the first oil change is 3,000 then 5,000 afterwards.
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I got my 3.5 Skyjacker lift and 33x12.5x17 tires from the dealer three months ago. They told me 3 was the max to keep your warranty but since they did it it was ok. Got it in writing as I work for the Government and trust NOBODY.
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Hey all, sorry for the post on an old topic. I'm new to the forum but I did work for Chrysler's Warranty Escalation Dept. for almost 2 years. We were the people the dealer/customer called when they had warranty disputes or seeked factory assistance. When it comes to warranty and things like lifts, oversized tires and what not...it's at the "descretion" of the dealer to determine if the damage to the warranted part was caused by the non-factory or non-warranted parts on the vehicle. If the dealer determines that is the case, dealer may decline to repair under the warranty and repairs are the responsibility of the owner.

It is correct that a dealer can NOT "Void" a warranty. Only Chrysler can "void" a warranty for various reasons such as a totalled vehicle due to theft, flood, accident, etc. A dealer is an independently owned and operated business that sells cars as a retail product. Chrysler can not force a dealer to do anything and just as any restaurant, store, or hair salon; a dealer can refuse business to anyone, for any reason, even if you bought your vehicle there.

Also keep ALL maintenance records (for any car you own with a warranty)...I have seen engines sieze and fail completely at 24,000 miles and NOT be covered under warranty because the owner couldn't produce more then a few oil change receipts. It's more expensive then Jiffy Lube but maintenace at the dealer always has a paper trail in their computer to fall back on.

If your going to mod it, be prepaired to pay for repairs in the long run...or find a dealer that might do the lift for you and offer warranty your repairs IN WRITING on behalf of the dealer that did the work. If you get a deal like that, don't expect other dealers to honor it as they are their own independent business and have no legal responsibility outside the terms of the factory warranty.

Last but not least...when you go to buy...don't just shop the sales floor, shop the service department as well. Ask to speak with the service manager, speak with the sales manager or owner (often the same guy), ask if they give rentals for long term repairs, check their 5 Star status with Chysler directly (yes some dealers have had their 5 Star revoked and still have the signs hanging up). If you have any questions about the warranty or would like some paperwork...just call Chrysler...800-992-1997.
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When I had my camaro, everytime I took it in for service I would have to take the nitrous kit off. lol I guess you could keep the stock parts in your garage and if anything major broke you could return it to stock before taking it in.

The chevy dealer denied me service on my camaro when the main computer went out because I had an aftermarket muffler and tried to make me pay for the service or take it somewhere else. I just asked them to hold on to it until i could speak to the service manager. Luckily he had a little common since and gave them the go ahead to fix it. Some dealers can be hard to deal with.
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Some dealers can be hard to deal with.
Definitely true....
Most of them won't fix anything if any or some of its parts are already been replaced or modified especially the engine parts...

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