What if you install a Performance Intake, Lift Kit, Performance Exhaust, and re-program with a Performance Programmer, am I covered? There is a law that protects you from a declined warranty claim when it is declined for an aftermarket part that did NOT cause a failure or issue. The Law that covers you is the Magnum-Moss Warranty Act. So the question is why do some dealers avoid answering these “does it void my warranty questions” or simply say, yes it will be voided. Here are a few reasons:
1) If a dealer stated it will NOT void your warranty if you install a lift kit then a shock fails or a U-Joint The dealer would be on the hook to cover the repair. The problem with this is the lift kit will in fact have either new shocks or overextended shocks since the jeep is not a stock height anymore and they would NOT be covered by the warranty.
2) Money, yes it is true if you sold your own OEM lift kit would it be in your best interest to advertise yours or someone else’s?
3) When a new model comes out have you notices the factory accessory options are somewhat limited? How about a year later after the aftermarket has taken over and “proven” some great parts and the demand from the customer for these parts? Ever notice the OEM starts making their OEM stamped brand of these parts? Think about Jeep lift kits, in the past they were never produced by the manufacture, however look at things today, you can go get a lift kit for a 2007-2011 JK from your Jeep dealer also you can make your jeep outer protected by using oem jeep cover. Take a look at the build, angles and design, compare to the aftermarket, look at the number of failures… See a trend here?
Remember, the local dealer is not the manufacture. The JEEP WRANGLER is still in my opinion the only 4×4 off road vehicle designed and built to be modified as desired from the customer. Designers do not stay up at night dreaming up ideas, they listen to their customers. “It’s a Jeep thing”! So now you have to face some reality, your working with a dealer, you put on larger wheels and tires and your headlights failed. On your brand new vehicle with only 2011 miles on it (I hope this scenario does not come out like this!) your dealer ruins your day with a single call stating sir/ma’am I see you have modified your vehicle from its factory specifications thus voiding your warranty. What are your options?
1) Escalate it at the dealership
2) Escalate it with a regional manager (if there is one)
3) Call Jeep customer service and escalate it there
4) Take it to another dealer being you know what the Magnum-Moss Warranty Act is all about
5) Get an attorney, pay a ton of money and fold to the unethical employee at the dealership.
In short, yes an individual can make your warranty claim very hard, but this can be a fact with no modifications as well. Example: change your own oil but don’t have any receipts, engine then fails and the shop then claims it is due to never getting an oil change. Sounds like guilty until proven innocent? It could be but in reality if you know your rights…you should never have an issue with a legitimate claim. Jeep is a very respectable company, the very best and they cater to those who build and cruise their product in the harshest of conditions. I am confident that Jeep with cover all repairs that are directly related to their vehicle design and components that meet these same specification.
The World of 4 x 4 Parts and Accessories is Waiting for the Real Lovers of Jeeps
Although seen as controversial by some, 4×4 jeeps are still well-liked amongst many hard core riders for their robustness, size, power and ability to measure some of the roughest terrains of the world. There are several 4×4 jeep parts and accessories which are all geared up to adorn your jeep. But choosing the best 4×4 may not be as easy as you’d think. Whether you’re buying a new or used 4×4 jeep parts and accessories, or simply deciding which 4×4 part and accessory to buy, there are so many different factors; riders need to take into consideration. The jeep 4×4 parts find great importance when it comes to the performance, durability, quality and looks of the vehicle. The off-road industry takes great care to update the market with the latest technology and development to come out with the jeep 4×4 parts and 4×4 accessories to satiate the demands of those crazy people who are passionate about 4×4 jeeps and want them to look smart and handsome every time and anytime. Lot of vigilance and precision is required while the designing and engineering of jeep 4×4 parts take place.
The market flaunts the huge and strong bumpers for your jeep to protect it from the challenging pathways. There are sturdy and bold pocket style debris deflectors which act as stylish fenders for your jeep. So now you can be carefree if you have to gear up on those muddy and messy terrains. The jeep winches and hitches are those parts with which you should never take chance. While moving out for a drive, they should be rechecked for their performance. There are amazing colors like the endless shades of grey and blue for giving your jeep the kind of look you always craved for. There are OEM quality replacement rotors made to the suitable specifications in gray iron. Precision machined and balanced, and inspected to guarantee zero rotor distortion out of the box. Now with the introduction of this terrific jeep 4×4 part, your jeep would never complain about any kind of flaw regarding its movement. Also make sure that your 4×4 jeep is well equipped with high-powered air intake system so that your engine could breathe clean and fresh air. Definitely if you want your 4×4 jeep to be always with you and give no complains, it is necessary to treat it the same way you treat yourself. If you are taking so much effort for your jeep 4×4 parts and jeep 4×4 accessories, you must be surely excited about your accessories which you are going to be loaded with. The attitude of your outfit must be sporty and trendy and should never compromise with your comfort level. Apart from all these, there are accessories like floor mats, seat covers and other parts required to detail out the glamorous interiors of your vehicle. Before moving out in the busy market of jeep 4×4 parts and jeep 4×4 accessories, you must definitely check out the online market efficiently which is well informative in every possible way.
The 2007 Jeep Wrangler Gets Drive train From Dana
Dana Corporation, one of the leading suppliers of power train components, chassis and suspension parts, and engine technologies in the international automotive industry will continue their long-term collaboration with Chrysler Group’s Jeep brand. Dana will be supplying the Jeep brand with Dana’s Spicer(R) front and rear axles and Spicer Life Series(R) front and rear propeller shaft (driveshaft) to be fitted in the 2007 Jeep Wrangler models. Dana, a company based in Toledo, Ohio has been working in conjunction with Jeep brand for almost 66 years since 1941, starting with the Willy’s MB army Jeep that was popular during World War II. Dana provided technical auto parts like axles and propeller shafts for the Willy’s MB Jeep. This collaboration is believed to be the longest running supplier to manufacturer deal in the history of the international automotive industry. “Dana is pleased to extend its historic relationship with this vehicle by providing enhanced axles and new prop shaft technology for the new 2007 Jeep Wrangler”, says Michael J. Burns, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dana Corporation. “By working closely with the Chrysler Group, we have been able to reduce component complexity while providing drivers with advanced drive train technology.” he added. Both variants of the 2007 Jeep Wrangler, the standard and extended wheelbase versions will be equipped with Dana front and rear axles along with front and propeller shafts. The enhanced Spicer(R) front and rear axles are designed to reduce noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) of the 2007 Jeep Wrangler as well as provide optimum performance in terms of ruggedness, reliability, and durability. The Spicer Life Series(R) front and rear prop shafts helps to improve the vehicle’s high-speed dynamic performance, thanks to its splines-tube design as well as the staked-and-centered card an universal joints.
The Spicer(R) front and rear axles for the standard and extended wheelbase version of the 2007 Jeep Wrangler also comes with an optional Spicer Trac- Lok(R) limited slip differential to complete the package. Moreover, Dana also offers the Victor Heinz Wave Stopper multi-layer steel cylinder-head gasket cover for the 2.4-liter engine and on the exhaust manifold gaskets of the 4.0-liter Power Tech engine. This will add up to the Jeep Wrangler’s engine parts, which include the huge Jeep fuel tank. Available in different model trims, the 2007 Jeep Wrangler will roll out in international markets starting in the first half of 2007 carrying a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $18,765. The 2007 Jeep Wrangler comes with new standard features like the 3.8-liter V6 engine, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM), and four wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS). The 2007 Jeep Wrangler now also comes with available original accessories inside and out from Daimler Chrysler’s Mo par original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Omix-Ada Is for Jeep Owners Who Want a Custom Look From High End Accessories
Omix-Ada is for Jeep owners who want a custom look from high end accessories. These are some of the hottest Jeep accessory products on the market today, with a number one product called the XHD Gen II Swing & Lock Tire Carrier that’s miles ahead of the competition. This is a wholesale-only line of Jeep products, so check with dealers in your location who sell Jeeps. Don’t worry- this is the biggest and the best independent aftermarket Jeep accessory and part manufacturer in the world: you’re sure to find what you need near you!
You’ll love one of their newest products: the Eclipse Sun Shade. Put this bad boy between your windshield and the rear crossbar and get protection from the sun for longer days on the road (or off the road!). No need for a header channel. Uses bungee cords to install, and it doesn’t cover the Jeep’s top clamps either. You even get a little mesh carrying bag to store your shade when not in use. The Flat Pocket Flare Kit lends an even more rugged look to your Jeep, for an authentic look when you go off roading. All the mounting hardware you’ll need is included. Omix-Ada’s Winch Mount Front Bumper offers the possibility of a custom bumper design: that’s because it’s a modular bumper, meaning you choose your own configuration according to you wants and needs. Dozens of different styles are possible! Goes on Jeeps from 2007 to 2013. Winch is sold separately.
The Oversize Flares made by Omix-Ada are popular as well. Get an all-terrain fender flare kit for your Jeep and instantly transform your vehicle into an off road thing of beauty. The Rugged Ridge Power Top is a signature design by Omix-Ada, a core product. Even Jeep owners who don’t bother with aftermarket accessories want this once they see it! Rugged Ridge is a division of Omix-Ada. This is an electric hydraulic-powered soft top for your Jeep. It can be raised or lowered with the flick of a switch. You know what that means! You don’t have to get out of your vehicle in order to put it up or take it down. So when it suddenly starts raining, just hit the button and keep on driving. Make your Jeep into a convertible with the Rugged Ridge Power Top. The Fabric is made in the USA and the quality is factory-level (OEM). The rear window is tinted and the whole thing is backed by a three-year warranty that’s unmatched in the industry.
Based in Georgia, Omix-Ada has been around since 1992 and prides itself in the passion that’s delivered at every step of the way. From concept to lab to testing to the road, every Omix-Ada product is made to the most exacting of standards and delivers the highest possible quality on the market today. If you have a Jeep, you’ll love what Omix-Ada can do for you. Many of Omix-Ada products are “MOPAR Authentic Licensed Products” and they are proud to be behind the Jeep name in every way possible.