Well, nothing will void the total warrantee. It depends what you do. If you, for example, install nitrous then blow your engine, well you aren't getting warantee service to fix that. But if you install nitrous and your suspension gets screwed up, you're still good - the nitrous didn't cause that.Mazda3Dan said:Exactly what parts will void the warranty on the mazda3??? :?:
Guess you didn't bother to click the links before you posted, huh? The entire act is there, in plain english. :shrug:mazdabuiltwhat said:I dont want to come off mean, but why dont you post the entire Warranty act?
Hm... that's odd...mazdabuiltwhat said:You left out the part that says that the manufactor is only required to honor the parts on the car when it was it was purchased.
It's entirely common sense. I never claimed otherwise. Having added an aftermarket turbo to a brand new car (I custom ordered the car on 9/10/01, picked it up on 12/20/01 with 1 mile on it, and I turbocharged it at exactly 1200 miles), I can assure you that I'm quite familiar with the Act, its provisions, its extended rights, and its limitations.Kirk said:Your factory warranty, however, is not obligated to extend to your aftermarket parts or to any damage caused as a result of the installation of those parts.
To that end, as also provisioned in the Act linked above, the manufacturer is under obligation (by law) to prove that your modification caused the failure to part Z.dinu01 said:What's left to be discussed is how X modification affects warranty relating to Z part/component....