Question about Jeep Wrangler
The dealer is paid a fixed price by the factory to perform warranty work. This price is normally less than the normal cost of doing the repair. Because he is already losing money on the repair he is not going to do any extra work to accomplish the repair especially if the extra work is not something that is factory made.
You are lucky he is even willing to make the repair because most dealer's refuse to warranty anything that has been modified from factory and the factory will back them up. They lay the blame on the modification. I'm afraid you'll have to do what he says if you want the work done. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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