Does anyone here have any experience with them as far as mods, specifically lifts, are concerned? I am looking to get some work done but im paranoid about losing my warrantee as there is always the debate as to whether a lift will void it. are they mod friendly? Thanks for the help.
05-07-2013 01:44 PM
I went there because I need an oil change and one off my tire sensors was bad. They refused to do the warranty work. On a tire pressure monitoring sensor, with the excuse that Chrysler would refuse it. Went to Wantagh Jeep and had no trouble. Remember, they can't deny you warranty coverage unless they can prove the lift caused the issue, but they can be pricks about it.
05-07-2013 02:26 PM
Thank for the input. Yea i have read so much on it but just dont want to deal with hassle of arguing with them and Crysler back and fourth etc. I just dont have the time. If they will be like that for somethign as simple as a TPMS forget it and anything else.
05-07-2013 02:58 PM
I say install it yourself and let that be the end of it. If your fuel pump dies within the warranty period, they can't blame the lift. But if the axle shaft cracks, well, they have to prove it was the lift, but in the interim, you have no ride. Is it a complicated lift or just a budget boost?
05-11-2013 01:15 PM
Nothing Crazy was just thinking a 2.5. I wish I could install myself however I don't have the space, tools or technical ability to pull it off. Speaking of which anyone know of any good shops? Ive heard good things about Planet Automotive (goonies) out in Patchoque.
05-11-2013 08:06 PM
Try Sammy's in Hicksville,30 Herzog pl.he just did a shit load of work for me and did a excellent job .no bullshit.all he is doing is jeeps.he is a off road guy with his own club, ECORR.
05-12-2013 04:10 PM
good stuff man thanks ill check it out
05-16-2013 05:58 PM
if you are concerned about warranty and lifts i would go to merrick jeep. they do allot of jeeps with lifts (i used to do the lifts for them).