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Old 10-25-2011, 08:03 PM
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Oh yeah, I always keep records of I get anything done by anyone other than the dealership. I used to do my oil changes but documented this and even wrote the mileage on the filter when I installed it and so on. BUT since my dealership does do really good work and I like to return the favor to them by letting them service my trucks and so on. So, if I change my own Torque converter this may be an issue, but if I paid a dealership to install it (If they would do that) as long as it falls within specs like a slightly looser torque converter similar to the one in the R/T's would the work be covered under the warranty? Not the TC itself but all that surrounds that one piece?
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