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Old 11-11-2011, 06:02 PM
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Some dealers are "mod friendly" and some are not. Some will let you slide a little and some won't. If you have a failure and it is a direct result of the mod you have then I think your SOL. If you change your muffler and your windows quit working then I think your OK because there is not a cause and effect. Get to know your service department and service manager. You will be able to figure out their feelings about moding your truck, and what they will suppot and what they won't. Remember if the factory refuses to pay the warranty claim then the dealer is responsible for the payment, and not many of them will pay for your claims if you have modded your truck and that is what caused the problem. A good rule of thumb is, If you can afford the mod then you should be able to afford the repair if it caused the problems. Just my .02.
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