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Old 10-14-2010, 02:59 PM
kbmotocross505 kbmotocross505 is offline
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Question MBRP for a 4.0 ranger?

Hey guys, i was thinking about getting a pipe for my truck now. I was thinking a mbrp catback installer series. But here's the thing, would it void my warranty or anything bad like that? Let me know what you guys think, i appreciate it.
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Old 10-14-2010, 03:37 PM
TurdFX4 TurdFX4 is offline
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Default Re: MBRP for a 4.0 ranger?

I wouldnt think it would void your warranty but theyre all different.
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Old 10-14-2010, 05:55 PM
Logan03CO Logan03CO is offline
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Default Re: MBRP for a 4.0 ranger?

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....But here's the thing, would it void my warranty or anything bad like that?
The Magnussen-Moss warranty act (Federal Law) states that for the warranty to be voided for a certain problem, and aftermarket parts are found on the vehicle, the manufacturer (Ford) must PROVE that the aftermarket parts were the sole cause to the failure. Basically..if you have a lift kit on your truck and go in for an oil leak..they need to PROVE that your lift kit caused the leak. In that example..anything related to the suspension would be (and should be) "voided" becasue of the lift kit.

They can't just void your "entire" warranty because you have something aftermarket on your truck.
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