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Old 10-23-2011, 06:40 PM
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There is a TSB in the Chrysler data base that is right from Cummins that tells dealers to inform Chrysler immediately if an aftermarket CAI is found to be installed in a truck with a Cummins engine.

You may have spoken to K&N but why don't you speak to your dealer? K&N is not the one who is potentially going to have to deal with the situation directly if you have a problem with your truck and Chrysler says "no warranty". I am sure that K&N are not going to offer to pay any of the bills if you are told "no warranty". Speak to your dealer and let them know about your concerns regarding warranty. See if they can help you get the truck back to stock because of your concern with warranty.

Speak to the Service Manager at the dealership, see what he/she says about the aftermarket filter. After getting information from the people who are going to be the ones who will be trying to help you with warranty, you should be well educated on what you should do.
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