No bother you have exhaust with no cats, exhaust, cai they can void you. It also talks about clutch wear so any of the MT guys with clutch issues and mods are going to have allot of sh!tty news. All Ford did was make it official.Looks like you should disconnect the battery along with flashing back to stock.
It even goes as far as to say air filter, not just CAI. The K&N drop in guys should beware too I guess...lol according to that attached flowchart, they can void the warranty if they determine that you disconnected your battery following a P1000 code :laugh:
And I wonder what this does for catback exhaust systems? Since those technically do increase hp/tq, at least marginally.
Don't jinx it... Besides the cat-back, I'd definitely put my stuff back to stock if I was going in for work outside of an oil change or something small.And I guess this means us 3.7 guys can do whatever we want to our cars and still keep our warranty because there is no TSB for it yet? :winks
Not for Corvette and Caddy guys. Ya know, the guys that can afford lawyers and aren't 23 years old. It's typical of the little guy getting screwed.This is not surprising as GM has also been very strict on mods for the past three years. If you sold a widget with a warranty after designing it to have a customer modify it and then come scream that they want it fixed, then how would you feel? It's just too hard to tell whether a "mod" is a well designed one, vice some Billy Bob gizmo that was quickly put on the market to make a few bucks but also sacrifices the reliability of the car. Therefore, as always, if you want to play then you gotta pay. Most dealerships will have individual policies so I would talk to a service manager about what you are thinking about doing to get their opinion. I think axlebacks are completely safe since they are just sound mods, but anything else could be left to the judgement of the dealer.
The answer is almost certainly yes. You even have a dealer install it for you, which can be marked in the system. The 3/36 warranty comes from Ford Racing, not from Ford Motor Company. They are two separate entities and shouldn't be confused.I was wondering the same thing . I was looking to see if it said that dealer installed tunes are exempt .