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has anyone reported having troubl with a dealership continuing to honor a warranty after seeing an installed cold air intake?
 

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ive heard yes and no. my dealer says no,,,,, UNLESS you mess up installing it and break somthing.
 

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Havent taken my yet since I bought in Oct of 07. Hope they dont care cause I need to take it to get that new Flash on mine.
 

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my dealer told me it would be fine, but my buddy's dealer 100 miles away from me told him that any oiled filter would void the warranty, has to be a dry filter????????
 

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has anyone reported having troubl with a dealership continuing to honor a warranty after seeing an installed cold air intake?
My dealer will void the warranty if I have it on and take it in for service. No questions asked. What a bummer.
 

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everyone is different....I was told by my dealer that if the turbo failed and it had a cold air intake they would not warranty the turbo....now if the transmission goes out and you have a cold air intake on there I don't see how they can blame the intake. they specifically said the turbo wouldn't be covered. you should familiarize yourself with the magnusson-moss act, plainly put it states that whatever broke has to be directly linked to the part added to the car.
 

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How about If you put your stock intake back on when you go in for service. I just ordered an aem brute force for mine. I don't know how hard it is take off and on yet though.
 

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My dealer has been great about the dpf delete and chip, but really frowns on any oiled filter. They said there is no way to mistake or hide the residue in the aftercooler and intake. They don't mind though the BHAF.
 

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My dealer has been great about the dpf delete and chip, but really frowns on any oiled filter. They said there is no way to mistake or hide the residue in the aftercooler and intake. They don't mind though the BHAF.
I think we have the same dealer..they have been real cool with me also on all the mods..the service manager i am dealing with asked me to let him know how all of my stuff turns out and what mpg increase im seeing..it just depends on how you approach them, what kind of mood they're in, and what kind of pressure they are receiving from the daimler chrysler reps..
 

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My dealer has been great about the dpf delete and chip, but really frowns on any oiled filter. They said there is no way to mistake or hide the residue in the aftercooler and intake. They don't mind though the BHAF.

So if your using a dry flow filter that would leave no residue, everything should be fine if I put the stock intake back on??
 
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