The Dealership could push it through if they wanted.
I have known people with lifted Jeeps that they bought from the Dealership.
Took them out and burned out the clutch. Offroading.
The Dealership covered them all.
One of them,they finally told the guy we will not replace another clutch. You either have to go to smaller tires or change gear ratio.
What I am getting at is if the Dealership wants a return customer then they will replace the clutch not blame someone else.
93 YJ SOA 2" springs front, XJ springs rear w/main leaf added, High pinon 9 inch rear detroit locker front Dana 44 ARB 4.56 Gears, 36 inch Irok tires too much to list. www.mijc.org
had a similiar situation, I sell cars. Sold a guy a car for his daughter, daughter did not know how to drive a manual. 2 days and 700 miles later clutch was toasted. Not warranty at all. Dealer ate the cost and fixed it even though it was not a warranty claim. IMO dealer should do the right thing either way.
THERE WAS 50 HOLES IN THE OL' TIN ROOF ME AND MY FAMILY WAS LIVIN' PROOF OF PEOPLE WHO FORGOT ABOUT POOR WHITE TRASH AND IF THAT AIN'T COUNTRY, I'LL KISS YOUR ***
I'm taking them to small claims. It will cost about $125 and if I win I can collect the court cost. I have driven over a million miles with a clutch so I know how to drive one. I'm willing to see who the magistrate decides is at fault. I understand people in this forum are huge Jeep fans, and I considered myself happy with the product until this experience. I know I didn't do anything to damage the clutch and I feel strong enough about it to take Chrysler to court.