Not worried about the lift voiding warranty at this point. It seems that its not an issue at 2". The head service writer called me and said that they have a $3000 limit on one warranty ticket. If it goes over that then Chrysler sends an auditor out to see if they will continue the warranty. To date they have probably put in $7000 of parts and labor or more. I need to read the contract but it sounds like they have an opt out clause if the repair/car value are not kosher. The guy at the dealership wanted me to wait a week to have the heads redone since they were already installing a new transfer case. That would have put me well over $3k. Since the car runs and Im not doing much with it over the next week I took it home and will baby it until it goes in next week under a new ticket so we can try to avoid an auditor poking his nose around my car. I'm actually very happy with that phone call as it may have saved me a ton of $$$ by keeping my warranty. Plus, the dealership still gets paid for the work.
My main issue is that with daily city and hwy driving that all these major parts needed replacement. Up until the last three weeks I have never put a serious load on it. All the warranty items came before I took a trip and pulled a travel trailer. The car still did fine even with the issues it already had.
Just wondering if others have had to replace the TC, rear diff, radiator, heads and other engine/transmission parts like I have, not to mention the numerous recalls. As I stated, I have taken good care and had all the services done by the same dealership and in a timely manor. Now after a new rear diff and transfer case my "service 4 wheel drive" light comes on and I can't get into 4 wheel low. Grrrr!