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Old 08-18-2014, 12:19 AM   #1
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Removing molding, void warranty?

I am traveling out of state, I took molding off around the front windshield, but I also took off the molding that covers the wires left, bottom of the driver's seat, that covers some wires. The 2013 Jeep is making weird noises, and I need to bring to dealership, but because the molding is off, I'm wondering if they will void my warranty.

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No. Only tampering with the odometer will void your warranty.

If you have a problem unrelated to removing the molding, it will, or at least should, be covered.

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No. Only tampering with the odometer will void your warranty.
This and one other thing - tampering with or altering the VIN. It is also a crime to do so.
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No. Only tampering with the odometer will void your warranty.

If you have a problem unrelated to removing the molding, it will, or at least should, be covered.
Make sure your confident with this though, warranty work is always covered unless a modification performed on the vehicle is causing the problem although they have to prove it is causing the problem, dealerships will attempt to get out of any work they can weasel their way out of, at least to my experience...
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