Let me get this straight. YOU bought a new car from Nissan, that came with booklets in the glove box...one of which was labeled as the 2014 New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The book spells out the coverage, and the limitations of the warranty.Just a heads up droped my car on eibachs not that long ago.
So I took it in for service as soon as they noticed the car lowered they wanted $140 fee to inspect (never mind the 100k warrenty)
So at the end of this they did not charge me a service fee becouse it was determined as normal not related to the drop.
They also replaced a idler arm with a broken boot at no charge and reset the toe alligment.
So beware of any mods that are not easily removed.
I expected some trouble from the dealer with warrenty and the basic suspension, but not to this level ,to say that rack&pinion was my liability since the car was lowered.
Never mind that it drives and handles better now.
Ass H***** Stealer ship nissan.
So buyer beware of corporate nissan.
Some friends recommended I go to a different dealer ,but after 10years and 5 new cars at the same lacation didn't want to make that change.
The service manager was pretty cool it was the lead service mechanic with a poor attitude.
2014 Altima SS
....What happened Ca_Ivn , why did you delete the original post ?
Did Throck hurt your feelings by stating the painfully obvious fact that you altered the vehicles suspension . Any you want Nissan to pay for it ?
Tough luck dude, that's an expensive lesson , I hope you learn from it .
Let me clue you in the the first rule of automotive repair...
1. If it ain't broke , don't fix it .
It would depend on the dealer regarding the amount of grief they give you and what part(s) fail. Several different vantage points here...
if your 19inch wheels prematurely stresses out a suspension component or bushing or your wheel bearing goes back because of it it would be voided (but this is all hypothetical