My main concern would be "infant mortality." A failure which happens early. If you followed break-in, then you have a valid claim for warranty coverage. You did not.So I totally disregarded the break in period as I didn't know about it nor did my dealer mention anything about it, again my fault for not taking the initiative to know that so I definitely didn't follow the break in guidelines and Im now a bit worried after what you said because I drove it hard after I left the dealership. How bad will it be? I am at 897 miles now and also is there reports of parts components breaking or major issues with the car that could arise and if so what kinds after such if you don't follow the break in? Even if I didn't wouldn't the dealer still have an obligation to fix any issues that arise from it considering I have mopar warranty for mechanical issues?
"don't leave anything on the computer which might void coverage of an infant mortality failure"
What do you mean by this specifically?^^^^^^^^^^^^
Thank you so much for taking the time out your day to help me very much appreciated man
Infant mortality is rare. For an engine (transmission, drive train) which did not get proper break-in, problems are not likely to show themselves until well beyond the warranty.
Will your engine develop a problem at 150,000 miles instead of 200,000 miles due to not following break-in? It is possible. Does this really matter today? Probably not.
Enjoy your car.