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Short Answer: No. By law, automakers and dealerships are not allowed to make you perform regular maintenance at a dealership for a new-car warranty to remain valid.
TL.DR-No, it will not void your warranty unless you screw it up. Despite what a salesman will tell you - especially in relation to aftermarket upgrades and who does the maintenance - they cannot deny a warranty claim unless they can prove the work you or a third party did was responsible for the failure.
Re: will doing my own oil changes void warranty? NO. However, it is recommended to keep receipts for the purchase of the oil/filter and to keep a log. A good tech, or a GM service engineer can tell in a few seconds if the oil has been changed and there is always an oil sample that can be taken for proof.
Damage from a natural disaster also voids your warranty, as the car's warranty only covers manufacturer's defects. Some examples of natural or environmental disasters that would void your car's warranty are earthquakes, fires, and hurricanes.
Technically no, providing you are replacing the old brake pads with the same type specified by the manufacturer. However, while you may not in-validate the warranty because the parts were correct, you do in-validate the warranty if you are not a qualified mechanic, and something goes wrong with the brake system.
No. An independent mechanic, a retail chain shop, or even you yourself can do routine maintenance and repairs on your vehicle. The manufacturer or dealer can, however, require consumers to use select repair facilities if the repair services are provided to consumers free of charge under the warranty.
A regular car service can be a costly affair. Rather than letting your services go by, take these steps to keep your car in good shape until you can afford a full service. Having a comprehensive service history will increase the resale value of your car if you ever decide to sell it.
Damage from a natural disaster also voids your warranty, as the car's warranty only covers manufacturer's defects. Some examples of natural or environmental disasters that would void your car's warranty are earthquakes, fires, and hurricanes.
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