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Drivetrain warranty??

I was curious if the drivetrain was covered for 100,000 miles. My trans is starting to slip hard and i need to take it in. Will they give me a hard time if i come in with my 31's on???
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I don't think your covered past 3 years/36,000 miles....unless you have a factory installed Powerstroke Diesel shoved in there!!!
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If you pull into the dealer with 31" tires installed, regardless if they cause the problem, you have no warranty on your driveline unless you can find a very understanding dealer.
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If you pull into the dealer with 31" tires installed, regardless if they cause the problem, you have no warranty on your driveline

Most dealers around here wouldn't even notice unless your over 31's...but if you can..just skip the whole issue and change them out...
Unless your over the 36,000 miles or 3 years...then you might as well save your time, and show up with them on
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i thought drivetrain was covered to 100,000 miles?
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nope ...

only the powertrain on the diesles are 100k warrenty
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Do you know what warrenty you got...
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i didnt get the extended warranty. Well im not paying the $1500 plus for a new trans ill just get a new truck or car. Maybe ill finally get my IS300 ive wanted for awhile
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just curious whats an IS300
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I think drivetrain may be covered past 36000. check the warranty in the manual.
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If you pull into the dealer with 31" tires installed, regardless if they cause the problem, you have no warranty on your driveline unless you can find a very understanding dealer.
unless you originally drove out in a Level II
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just curious whats an IS300

lexus is300 their sports sedan
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I think drivetrain may be covered past 36000. check the warranty in the manual.

Nope, on our vehicles only thing covered any longer is emission stuff and corrosion protection...
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I dont think they would cover it. The place I got my truck from offers a free lifetime powertrain warrenty on every new vehicle the catch is everything single that needs to be done to the vehicle has to be done by them. After I sat down and thought about it I would end up paying more in the long run just to service it than if something were to break and I had to pay out the pocket to fix it. But maybe you will get lucky and it will be something that is simple that needs to be replaced and it wont cost you an arm and a leg to fix.
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