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none of those mods should void your warranty unless they can prove that they are the causes of failure.
 

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Definitely search as there is a ton of info. But basically it comes down to, it can only affect the part of the warranty the piece is on. If you put springs on for example, your suspension warranty is voided. If you do exhaust, only the exhaust is voided. How many times have you had to go to the dealer for exhaust warranty lol. If they say something like an exhaust caused your engine to die, threaten them with a lawyer, because you would win.

Also, keep in mind that if the OEM part is on the car, even if they've seen the aftermarket part, they must provide the warranty.

So same example with the springs, if you put your OEMs back, your warranty is not voided.
 

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^ actually Dave, solely having the aftermarket parts on, whether it be exhaust or springs, does not automatically void the warranty. Only IF those aftermarket components end up being responsible for a failure/problem. . but just "having them in place" does not automatically void any warranty
 

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It will all depend on how much of an ass the Dealer/service manager wants to be at the time of service........If you bring it in modded up and they dont want to fool with it they will find an excuse of why not too.
 
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