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does amsoil meet chrysler cert and does it list this on the bottle or their lierature? tks steve
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Yes it meets Chrysler MS-6395certs, and surpasses it in many cases; however, it is not an 'approved' Chrysler replacement fluid.

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Yes it meets Chrysler MS-6395certs, and surpasses it in many cases; however, it is not an 'approved' Chrysler replacement fluid.

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Keeping in mind "not approve Chrysler fluid" has less to do with quality and effectiveness of the fluid, and more to do with business decisions and kickbacks.
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Keeping in mind "not approve Chrysler fluid" has less to do with quality and effectiveness of the fluid, and more to do with business decisions and kickbacks.
i understand about business decisions, but i also understand how chrysler is in regards to denying warranty.
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I have yet to find a dealership that has gone out and tested oil from an engine so they can deny a warranty claim. If you are this paranoid about your warranty, then A) don't modify your vehicle B) if you go in for work, just don't volunteer information
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i understand about business decisions, but i also understand how chrysler is in regards to denying warranty.
If in the unlikely case a warranty is denied because of the oil used, Amsoil has a warranty which will cover the user for an oil related engine failure.

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I have yet to find a dealership that has gone out and tested oil from an engine so they can deny a warranty claim. If you are this paranoid about your warranty, then A) don't modify your vehicle B) if you go in for work, just don't volunteer information
+1 good point.
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