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Under certain circumstances, especially when the consumer has used a product for something other than its intended purpose, a merchant may choose not to honor the terms of a warranty by declaring it void. Even if your written warranty is voided, you may be protected by an implied warranty.
It means the manufacturer will no longer honor the warranty. This can happen when the user doesn't keep their end on the warranty. So on a car, not doing the required factory maintenance, racing the car, or modifying the suspension on the vehicle could void the warranty.
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.
What Will Void a Warranty? Under certain circumstances, especially when the consumer has used a product for something other than its intended purpose, a merchant may choose not to honor the terms of a warranty by declaring it void. Even if your written warranty is voided, you may be protected by an implied warranty.
Although many dealers would have you think otherwise, simply having an aftermarket part or modifying your vehicle cannot void your warranty. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act states that a dealer must prove that aftermarket equipment caused the need for repairs before it can deny warranty coverage.
Any kind of water, liquid or moisture damage will void your warranty even if your kit was still working after the exposure occurred. This is because moisture damage is not always immediate, and can take months to affect your kit.
'Warranty Void If Removed'? As It Turns Out, Feds Say Those Warnings Are Illegal : The Two-Way The Federal Trade Commission says tying warranties to the use of specific parts or services is prohibited. And the agency has told six companies they have 30 days to fix their ways or face penalties.
Not every circumstance will void your entire warranty. In some situations, the repairs for a specific part will not be covered, but you still retain the warranty on the remainder of the vehicle. If a repair isn't covered under the manufacturer's warranty, the claim will be denied and the dealer won't get paid.
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