Like Hambone said they are wrong and they are right.I have a new 2014 charger r/t and i'm thinking about changing the intake to a mopar intake and changing the exhaust and what not. So i'm helping my parents pay for the car now that I have a steady job and I told my dad of my plan and I guess when we were at the dealer they scared them in saying that the car has a whole bunch of mini computer's controlling everything and if one glitches up then whole car is bricked and has to be towed to the dealer so they can fix it and the also another thing I saw but i'm not sure if I saw it correctly was if something is modified and the car breaks down and the mechanics look and see if the modified part was the cause then they wont cover the car?
The car has about 750 miles on it so its fairly new. So what should I do?
If you change intakes, and exhaust the computer will adjust for the different volumes and readjust their tables.
Now if there was a failure due to the new parts....let's say that the catalytic converters fail for instance, they can say that with the new parts on that it caused the failure and not cover it...that is true.
While the converter has an 8 year 80,000 mile warranty, they do tend to see if something is modified and give you heartburn for it. Just is!
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