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7 hours ago Powerstroke.org Show details
2,069 Posts. #3 · Mar 23, 2009. They can only void it if they can PROVE that the intake caused whatever problem you might be having. Most dealers don't care if a truck has intake/exhaust. I would avoid leaving your tuner/chip in the truck though if you take it in for service.
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1 hours ago Coldairinductions.com Show details
Of course it does, but there are a few key points to remember. While the manufacturer. cannot void your warranty simply for having aftermarket parts on your car or truck, they can deny your claim if they find and prove that the aftermarket part you installed, or non-OEM service you had performed, was linked to the warranty claim.
4 hours ago F150forum.com Show details
Originally Posted by moparado. If you're dead set on installing a CAI, then before going in for any warranty work, put the OEM air intake back on. Problem solved. ^^^this. I do this with any aftermarket parts that are at least somewhat easy to remove and install. Why even give them an escape route, or possibly have them take longer to diagnose
9 hours ago Toyotanation.com Show details
Joined Oct 28, 2009. ·. 18 Posts. #2 · Feb 23, 2010. no it will not void the factory warranty the dealer can only void the factory intake. or if the aftermarket product was a result of engine failure. They cannot void the entire vehicle warranty, just portion of it. I …
6 hours ago Edmunds.com Show details
Some dealerships may say, for example, that just because you have a performance part such as a cold air intake on the car that the whole vehicle warranty is void, says Loren Wong, a …
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Does installing intake void warranty? Thread starter stevebinh; Start date Jun 14, 2019; stevebinh Stevebinh. First Name Steven Joined Jun 11, 2019 Messages 123 Reaction score 37 Location denver, co Car(s) Civic Si Vehicle Showcase 1. Jun 14, 2019. Thread starter #1
1 hours ago Dell.com Show details
Reinstalling the OS absolutely does not void your warranty. If it did, then enterprises that maintained corporate PC images for deployment to the systems they purchase would never maintain their warranty coverage. The edition of Windows 10 you use won't affect your warranty coverage, but obviously you'll need to have a license for whatever
8 hours ago Community.acer.com Show details
Installing a second OS doesn't void the warranty. However if you are going to install the Same OS in the future, the warranty will be intact if I am wrong. BE lieve in YOU rself. I carefully re-read the title question of your post. And as @RanY2J said earlier---installing Linux won't void the warranty…
8 hours ago Gm-trucks.com Show details
I've never heard of it voiding a warranty however as even the sticker that comes with it to place on the airbox even says "this does not void your warranty". That's for a drop-in filter though, changing the entire intake ducting assembly with a CAI might be a different story.
5 hours ago Reddit.com Show details
The only benefit to a cold air intake on these cars is when they are paired to a custom tune for the highrr octane/shift points - that is the part that would void the warranty. If you are going with a no tune required cai with a venturi tube in it, expect 3-4rwhp increase. Not even worth the time kr hassle. All the power comes from the tune.
5 hours ago Iwsti.com Show details
If your adding the intake and the exhaust it is better to just go stage 2. The stock 07+ STI's already lean out in the top end on the stock tune so if you add the said upgrades without a tune then it will lean out even more and cause detonation/knock. The Cobb doesn't necessarily void your warranty …
8 hours ago Blog.edgeautosport.com Show details
First of all, a dealership cannot legally “void” your car’s warranty for no good reason. They have to prove that something you installed caused the failure for which you are looking to get warranty work done. So, if you install coilovers on your car for a lower ride height and …
8 hours ago Jeepcommander.com Show details
2,473 Posts. #3 · Nov 15, 2007. US Code - Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312. Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle (per the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. 2302 (C)) .
7 hours ago The370z.com Show details
Technically Just keep in mind that if the dealer/Nissan claims your intake caused the problem and thus declines warranty service, the burden is on you to prove that the modification did not cause the failure. So while legally it might work out for you in the end, it could be expensive, and the dealer/Nissan likely has the money, time, and resources to wait you out in court.
4 hours ago 8thcivic.com Show details
9,486 Posts. #2 · Aug 24, 2006. Chances are it shouldn't. It wouldn't make sense for them not to look at your suspension just because you have an intake. That's just dumb. Anyways, the best answer would be to call the dealership where you purchased the car and talk to them directly. What usually happens is, if they find out the intake was the
5 hours ago Etrailer.com Show details
Installing the Airaid MXP Cold Air Intake System with SynthaMax Dry Filter - Stage 2 - Fully Enclosed # AR511-302 on your 2017 Toyota 4 Runner will not void your manufacturer warranty. When you install an aftermarket part on your vehicle like this, you are protected by the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act.
8 hours ago M5board.com Show details
Air Intake: NO - Unless your air intake does not function properly and your engine overheats and seizes.----> Most people buy DINAN (retains air boxes, and oem warr. backed) or ASR (actual cold air intake, group buy going on i think) Headers: NO - Most likely not. So your best bet with all aftermarket mods is to go with DINAN.
8 hours ago Support.sbfilters.com Show details
Updated 1 year ago. Follow. Installing an S&B Intake Kit or Filter will not void your vehicle's warranty as long as you properly install and maintain your intake/filter. It is illegal for a dealership to void your warranty based solely on the fact that you have installed an aftermarket product. Your rights are protected by the Consumer Product
3 hours ago Ramforum.com Show details
Having the dealer install an aftermarket component doesn't mean it won't void the factory warranty. Lots of dealers do things like DPF/EGR deletes on diesels. My dealer does it too. The customer is always informed that if something in the future fails as a result of the aftermarket components, then the warranty may be compromised.
3 hours ago Civicx.com Show details
Furthermore there is a law called the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act that states in order for a dealer to deny warranty work on your car, they have to prove the aftermarket part you have installed caused your issue. For example if your window stops working and you have a cold air intake, the dealer is not going to void your warranty.
6 hours ago Forteforums.com Show details
Premium Member. Joined Feb 9, 2010. ·. 656 Posts. #4 · Dec 6, 2011. Your warranty will only be void if what you add/modify affects what got damaged from what I understand. If you add an amplifier that hook up to your stock speakers and blow them Kia will not warranty them.
9 hours ago Dodge-dart.org Show details
Provided it does directly cause the damage, it will not void the warranty. Only that can happen with a CAI is the engine intakes water and destroys it. Check out the DRP intake here on the site. Or injen CAI from Modern Performance. Better off with just getting the SRI and getting a turbo heat shield to reduce engine compartment temp while
3 hours ago Tacomaworld.com Show details
The TRD model looks nicer and is unlikely to void any warranty (although it's not a guarantee it won't void it these days). This is one of those nasty subjects here on TW. Be prepared for a flaming dumpster shit storm. Rockoma5, AKGSD, Mrtacoman88 and 5 others like this. In for the flaming dumpster shit storm!
4 hours ago Gm-trucks.com Show details
It depends on your dealer. Technically it will only void your exhaust and intake and anything related to them. But warranty on everything else is good. It also depends on your dealer though. I have an issue where my air filter system meter was setting the check engine light to go off.
6 hours ago Gmtruckclub.com Show details
Well, depending on how sneaky you want to get, you could always install a Cold air intake, keep the stock intake, and if you ever have to take it into the GM garage, put back on the stock intake. And make sure on the GM exhaust, they could provide the product but still say it voids the warranty, a way to make more money. W.
2 hours ago K5optimastore.com Show details
According to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty of your vehicle due to an aftermarket part being installed, unless they can prove that the aftermarket part was the direct cause of or contributed cause to the failure of the vehicle (15 U.S.C. 2302 (C). This means that a vehicle's warranty cannot be
2 hours ago Tacomaworld.com Show details
For example, exhaust, air intake or at least a new filter, blulogic bluetooth, bed lights, sliders etc. Can someone break down the fine print of that thing in plain English for me? What mods are going to void my warranty? The bluelogic comes straight from Toyota but I'll be installing it myself, the sliders will be coming from an aftermarket
1 hours ago 8thcivic.com Show details
General rule is Honda can't void your warranty on something that is unrelated to your intake or most other mods. If you have suspension issues they can't blame it on your intake because they are unrelated. Although if you have an intake and you hydrolock your motor (suck water in through your intake) then yes your warranty is void.
4 hours ago Timesnownews.com Show details
Installing aftermarket CNG kit will also void car warranty Every time you buy a new car, the automaker offers a certain duration of warranty with that vehicle. A warranty is essentially a guarantee that the carmaker will replace or repair any component on the vehicle that fails due to a manufacturing defect.
3 hours ago Ratelab.ca Show details
Some experts indicate that in many cases changing the exhaust system of the vehicle will not void the warranty. But, there can be exceptions to this such as; If the change was comprised of parts that were not meeting OEM standards. Then the warranty could be voided. If the new exhaust system caused damage to other parts of the vehicle.
3 hours ago Youtube.com Show details
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8 hours ago Quora.com Show details
Answer (1 of 2): If you have a XIAOMI device, then installing a custom rom wont void the warranty of the device. (As per the official xiaomi website). Otherwise for most companies, it would void the warranty …
5 hours ago Autohitch.com Show details
Only an accident that results in a salvage or branded title can void a vehicle’s warranty. That being said, if the shop that repairs your vehicle’s damage replaces any stock parts with aftermarket parts, a dealership may try to blame those parts for separate damage down the road which COULD result in a voided warranty.
1 hours ago Challengerforumz.com Show details
A catch can will not void any part of the warranty. As a matter of fact somewhere on Billet Technology's website it says that there catch can is 'Mopar' approved. Cold air intake will not void your warranty unless it is the actual cause of damage to the vehicle ie..(a portion of the intake breaks off and gets sucked into the motor)..I was told
8 hours ago Autoblog.com Show details
The truth of the matter is that adding an aftermarket exhaust system to your vehicle will not void your warranty in most cases. Note that phrase, “most cases.”. If your new system does not
2 hours ago Superchips.com Show details
Many of our customers ask, “Will your product void my vehicle’s manufacturer’s warranty?” Superchips is committed to providing quality products that are safe to use. Our products do not cause damage to a vehicle when used as intended in accordance with the User Manual and should not void your vehicle’s manufacturer’s warranty.
6 hours ago Lawabidingbiker.com Show details
They said that installing the whole system (with Screamin’ Eagle tuners) will void my warranty. Funny how parts & prior service guy never told me about voiding the warranty . Considering just canceling the whole order at this point. $1500 order to avoid voiding the warranty on a 2 month old bike.
9 hours ago Ramforum.com Show details
Magnuson Moss Warranty Act is not the "White Knight" everybody thinks it is. It only gives grounds to bring a civil suit to litigate against. In the real world if a dealer or FCA is being a douche on denying warranty work and not proving a mod caused the issue, you still have to retain the services of an attorney and bring civil action suit in Federal court using the MMWA as grounds. Most
8 hours ago Reddit.com Show details
The gist of it is that modifying your car does not void it's warranty by itself. However, if you do have an issue, and the dealer can reasonably suspect that the modification you did CAUSED that issue, they can deny your claim. For example, if you install a cold-air intake and then hydrolock your engine by driving through a puddle, then the
5 hours ago Forums.mightycarmods.com Show details
Any form of Intake system. CAI, SRI and pods will all void your engine warranty. Same reason as with the after market air filter. Any form of exhaust. a rear end muffler may not effect your engine warranty but your exhaust warranty is gone.. if they are mean they might also void the engine if they see that it may have effected the way the
8 hours ago Poweredinformation.com Show details
Home warranty systems work because there are strict formalities and procedures that the consumer and technicians must follow. Stability and reliability of service are perhaps the greatest strengths of owning a home warranty. Be careful with how you proceed with repairs and maintenance checkups, and avoid voiding your warranty.
2 hours ago Motorbiscuit.com Show details
As much fun as modifying a car can be, it can also void your car’s warranty. In fact, even something as basic as upgrading your vehicle’s air intake can nullify your warranty. Modified 2005 Lexus LX470 tent open Bring a Trailer. Misuse of the vehicle. Believe it or not, as a vehicle owner, you are expected only to use your vehicle as
7 hours ago Dodgedurango.net Show details
Would installing a catch can void or impact my MaxCare warranty at all on my 2015? I like the idea of keeping that oil out of the intake system but I dont want any warranty issues if I need to take it in. Anyone have any opinions or experience with warranty issues from the cans?
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Installing Linux on your computer will void the warranty of the hardware. Wow, that is a hard one and I don’t even know where to start without this turning into a complete rant. So let’s try
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Warranties stipulate that installation must be done correctly otherwise the warranty is void. The manufacturer can’t be held accountable for problems that stem from improper installation. To make sure the new equipment remains covered by the warranty, always hire a professional HVAC contractor who is well-versed in your specific equipment.
7 hours ago Dell.com Show details
Installing Linux won't void the warranty, but Dell won't guarantee the hardware will work properly with that OS. If hardware actually fails, they will replace the failed OEM component within the terms of their warranty. If you set up dual boot, you will lose the …
9 hours ago Ecodieselram.com Show details
I just got back from my dealer. I was looking at some asseccories in a catalogue. I asked the service manager about an intake and dpf back exhaust. He said as long as you don't drill any new holes or mess with anything electrical it wouldn't void any warranty. I jokingly asked him to put that in writing. To witch he responded very seriously.
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Some vehicle owners believe that modifying the cold air intake will improve the engine performance. There may be some concern by the vehicle owners whether this will void the warranty. Again what it is going to come down to is making sure that that reliable parts are used and that the modifications are done properly.
While the manufacturer cannot void your warranty simply for having aftermarket parts on your car or truck, they can deny your claim if they find and prove that the aftermarket part you installed, or non-OEM service you had performed, was linked to the warranty claim.
Although most third-party products are perfectly safe to use, there’s no guarantee they’ll work properly and won’t cause problems with the system. Using off-brand replacement parts will often void an HVAC warranty, leaving you out in the cold if anything that’s covered by the warranty goes wrong.