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Unread 11-14-2006, 11:17 PM   #1
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Warranty question.

I just purchased an Airaid Air Intake system for my 06 Jeep Commander 5.7L Hemi.
(supposed to boost horse power by 11hp and torque by 16lb/ft)

Currently waiting for it to arrive in the mail.

My question is, if I bring my Jeep into the dealer for warranty work of any kind ('specially engine work) and they see the aftermarket part, will it void my warranty in anyway? Does anyone have any idea? I'm afriad I have not had too many dealiings with warranty since this is the first vehice with a warranty I've had.

I can simply take it off before bringing it in just to be safe, but I'de like to know if it could cause problems regardless.


2006 Commander 5.7L Hemi, Black
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Unread 11-14-2006, 11:35 PM   #2
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Do some google search on the Magnusen Moss Warranty Act as a start.

Vaguely oversimplified, the dealer should show that the modification led to the failure of a related part. This is not legal advice.

The SEMA website may also talk about the Act as it relates to aftermarket modification.

Good luck.
'06 Commander Ltd, 5.7L Hemi, QDII, Midnight Blue, Gibson Exhaust, Raingler Net, K&N FIPK, Remote Start, Optima Yellow, Skid plates & Tow Hooks, Rocky Road 2.25 Lift, New Rear DT Shocks, 265/70R17 REVO's, 6061-T6 Custom Wheel Adapters, 4xGuard Rock Rails/Steps
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