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5/100k warranty work, $100 deductible?

My truck at the dealer getting some stuff done casue it was having problems starting. The dealer says its a $100 deductible for the work? this true?

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If your truck is less then 5 year from the in service date and has less then 100k miles on it, then yes!

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Has to be over factory warranty period and under extended warranty period. (providing you purchased it of course)

If it is an emmissions part then there is a seperate emissions warranty with no deductable. Probably not applicable with a hard start issue, but good to keep in mind just in case.

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If your truck is less then 5 year from the in service date and has less then 100k miles on it, then yes!
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