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Old 08-05-2012, 08:31 PM
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They cannot void your warranty unless they can prove that the changes that were done were the cause of the part/parts to fail.
If you have parts(SEMA) that were designed for your exact vehicle,and were professionally installed by someone,then they will usually not try to void your warranty.
If it looks/seems to be from abusing the vehicle,then they might not warranty the broke parts,but it doesn't void your warranty for everything else that is covered.

An ASE certified mechanic is all you need to cover your butt on anything that is designed for your vehicle,with the exception of engine mods like tuners,they will almost always void your warranty because they modify the original perimeters of the ECM/fuel systems.

There are several dealers near me that lift brand new trucks,and sale them with the full warranty,if they can modify those vehicle's,so can you!
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