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Warranty for 2001 trooper with 110000 miles

When I purchased the trooper (new) I was told there was a 120K/10 year warranty on the drive train. There was no mention of loss of warranty when sold to family member that was not my son/daughter or wife. The transmission now needs replacement and the corporate will not honor the warranty.

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  • jaybo1 May 11, 2010

    I'm afraid that the warranty book that you got when you bought the truck does in fact state just that. Mine has it on page seven. I know it sucks, but that's how they play the game, yes? I've had a couple of jobs done that would appear to be covered but weren't because, for example, it was an electrical part, that controlled 4 wheel drive actuation, attached to the transmission, not an internal trans part. A very fine point if I do say so myself. I could go on.



    Good luck with legal action, if you choose to go in that direction.

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I would consult an attorney in this case. A power train warranty should be regardless of ownership and only expire once milage or term from purchase date expires. I do know that Isuzu is pulling out of U.S. sales and your time is running out.

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