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quick question?? do i need to remove mini maxx for dealer oil change??

Taking my 6.7 in for oil change..do i need to do anything or tell them any info? Dont want them jacking up my truck..it has h&s mini maxx with egr delete. Dpf delete and 5" exhuast
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Really depends on the dealer. I would change it myself to be safe.

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Taking my 6.7 in for oil change..do i need to do anything or tell them any info? Dont want them jacking up my truck..it has h&s mini maxx with egr delete. Dpf delete and 5" exhuast
Depends on dealer. But to be safe, I always took mine off my last truck.

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quick question?? do i need to remove mini maxx for dealer oil change??

Yeah it really does depend on the dealer. I take mine and all the time with the minimax and the 5 inch exhaust I just have my EGR on plugs and they look at it but they don't say anything


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Depends on dealer. But to be safe, I always took mine off my last truck.
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If you take it off won't you have to reinstall dpf and all?
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Yes swampfox.. so I decided to leave it all on..took it today to dealer for service and no problems at all.
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Yeah depends on the dealer. My power seat stopped working so I took it in for warranty and just to kinda get a feel for my dealer I left my mini max installed to see if they would say anything. Long story short, no problems.
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The problem is they could have flagged your vehicle in the system and you don't even know it yet.

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quick question?? do i need to remove mini maxx for dealer oil change??

Just straight up ask your service advisor, it's gunna be a yea or no. That's how I did it and he said "tuner? I don't see one here"


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