I work for Chrysler Group LLC. I don't know how the "legalese" will be interpreted. I'm not a lawyer. I can't give you an official answer.
The modification - putting in a larger size tire, in and of itself, won't void your warranty. The costs of any repairs or adjustments that might be
caused or needed because of the larger sized tires wouldn't be covered.
However, the installation could potentially, eventually, alter the odometer reading.
Would that be addressed under this section?:
These actions will void your warranties:
• disconnecting, tampering with, or altering the odometer
will void your warranties, unless your repairing
technician follows the legal requirements for repairing
or replacing odometers;
) a dealer deny warranty coverage?
That's where the question comes in. I don't know the answer.
What if you were at 35,900 miles and the dealer notices you have larger than stock tires on your vehicle? Would they fix your air conditioning under warranty? Could they decline, saying the mileage was off? I don't know.