I just think it's ludicrous for a auto manufacturer to create parts for cars that void the warranty if purchased. It seems even some of the more benign ones get the dealers excited that they don't have to work. There needs to be some one that you can call to have such devastating claim examined for validity without jumping through hoops.
The dealer I've bought my car from claims they will *not* void the warranty if I buy the Mopar parts. I spoke to the Manager, Financier, and my Internet salesperson BEFORE purchasing the car.
It seems apparent that you need to avoid a redneck dealerships, and go to one with some credibility...?
My question is, were these MOPAR products created intending to void warranties if purchased and installed? Was this some bizzaro way to save on warranty claims? With the average car buyer from thsi age group not being able to afford voiding thier warranty, this seems a poor business model.