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    Quick question in regards to my warranty,

    I have a 2014 WRX hatchback and I added an invidia N1 Exhaust on it, I know this voids a part of my warranty. I am due for a routine maintenance checkup, in regards to oil change. Would i need to return my exhaust to stock and take my car in? or should i just take it in with the aftermarket exhaust? Will they remember that I have modifications if I take my car in when something goes wrong?

    Note: If anything goes wrong I will take the exhaust off and put it back on after the checkup, however this is just for routine maintenance.

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    Your exhaust doesn't void your warranty.

    If something goes wrong and your modification is believed to be the cause, your claim can be denied.

    I would honestly just leave it on when you go for maintenance.

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    Hey why don't you just do your own maintenance?
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    Idk i'd figure that I get it done by dealership, it's alot easier i guess

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    It's much easier. It doesnt take too long. Free wash too if you want.
    You warranty pays for the first few Oil changes. Take advantage. You should be fine taking your car in with your exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwata808 View Post
    Idk i'd figure that I get it done by dealership, it's alot easier i guess

    oh ok, i like to work on my car. The major repairs i'll go to the dealer but minor things like oil changes, tire rotation, and other fluids i can do on my own. i feel really good when i do it. Of course i do my research before i do anything.
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    Changing your muffler will NOT void your engine warranty unless straight up they can prove such a thing harmed your engine, which of course they can't. Lots of myths about warranty cover out there, and yes some terrible dealers will push it because people won't stand up to the dealer.

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