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Old 06-12-2007, 06:52 PM
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Warranty Question????

I found a local shop that is mod friendly to do my scheduled maintenance. The problem is that they are not a Stealership. As long as I keep my receipts should this be a problem? I know with the 6ers that they are looking for reasons to deny claims. I really trust the guys in this shop. If this will be an issue please let me know.
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Thanks a good question i would think that ford would not oner that ,just my thinking.
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he has to be an autherized ford dealer/mechanic
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Old 06-12-2007, 07:07 PM
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Yeah and that is kinda sad I took my Chevy gasser to the same place and they never had an issue with it. Obviously before taking it to the dealership I would take all (or most depending) of the mods off. I just really like these guys. No bullcrap tell you what you need and do what they need to have happen.
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Old 06-12-2007, 07:15 PM
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Can I change my own oil or does that do it also?
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You can change your own oil. It wont void your warranty
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Old 06-13-2007, 07:17 PM
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So I have sat all day and stewed and now I am just flat p***** off that I can change my oil but a mechanic that I trust can't. Where is the sense in that?!?!
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who told you this stuff......It is a federal law that ANYONE can service / do maintainance on a vehicle without voiding the warranty...as long as the parts used meet manufacturers standards.........I worked at a chevy dealer for 3 years.....we RARELY would not cover things under warranty.....the only exceptions I can think of were a guy with dual exhsust (cat back) and he had donut gaskets go out.....we replaced them TWICE before we voided his exhaust warranty, citing the improperly mounted dual exh, causing strain on the manifold donut gaskets......and even then only the exhaust system was voided.... we NEVER asked for oil change records or anything..

All WIX filters EXCEED manufacturer's requirements, and they will back it up with a lawyer if neccesary....
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