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_-]ReDrUm[-_ said:
The search is your friend.

Put your flame suit on...
What part of "I searched but came up empty" did you not understand?
 

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The MOPAR "Street Essentials" catalog doesn't say anything about it, however the engine (Stage) upgrades say that they are illegal for use on public roads blah, blah, blah. My Dodge dealer says that the Stage upgrades will void the powertrain warranty, but the coilovers are fine. State law will prevent me from getting an inspection sticker, though.
 

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Yeah, I couldnt find anything about the coilovers specifically with regards to warranties (this is my first new car). Obviously, I found TONS of info. about the staged upgrades voiding warranties. Those who are patient thanks, and those who arent, well I guess you can live with who you are. Nice website about the Magnuson Moss Act, I had never heard of it. Oh, and I agree with you, God is good.

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Jason
 

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On a side note. I wasn't being an ass about it. Simply stated a fact that will help him in the future and a warning to him about the other people who are less understanding. Kindof a, if you don't do this...this will happen, sort of thing.
 

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That's cool man. On the computer, it's easy to assume someone's feelings are one way, when they can be the exact opposite. I'm new to this site(obviously), and this car, so I'm not gonna know much. It does seem like everyone wants to be the first to scream "search" on other car forums across the web. Guess I figured this was the same. No hard feelings.

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Rydiak said:


Silly Boy, have you tried this in the real world yet?
Most people who own a $20,000 car do so because they cannot afford a $30,000 car. There are exceptions of course, but this is the norm. Owning your car means you prob do not have a 2nd beater laying around to use to get to and from school, work, and other HAVE to be there type places. Somthing is wrong with car, oh crap you take it in to get fixed. Dealership says "Due to your mopar BOV the fly wheel bolt started to back out causing damage to your flux capicator". Dealership says "They are not paying for work, you are going to have to pay for it do to BOV". YOu say "I want that in writting blah blah moss act blah blah and put up the good fight". Dealership says "Hey thats great, we are not paying for it to be fixed". You say "I will show you, I am getting a lawyer". Reality sets in How am I going to get to work now that they have my car or it is sitting out front not working? What do you mean lawyers want retainer fees. O.k. I found a lawyer who will work for a cut of the pay off. What do you mean our judicial system is backed up and it is going to be 3 months till my court date. Wow DCX has lawyers to, expensive lawyers who can delay the hell out of anything. The whole time you have no car, your friends are still tired of driving you, you cant afford a rental for months on end. What happens when all this come to you. Thats right you pay the dealership the $500 to fix the flux capicator even though it is not your fault.

Is this the case for everybody? No, some have several cars and the bank roll and time to continue the case. Remember you have to take off work to go to court. Some live with mommy and daddy still and they can support your ass while you do it. Most are not in this situation.

Go talk to Slaytanic
 
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