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#16 Old 01-22-2013, 06:45 PM
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I beg to differ. If you knowingly add an aftermarket part, particularly something electrical that causes problems with the function of your car, you have certainly voided the warranty.

I'm not saying that the simple addition of an aftermarket starter is going to void the warranty, but if it does, indeed, affect the function of the car, or the electrical system, it is almost certainly going to cause the manufacturer to not honor a warranty. That is only common sense.

In most of cases, the vendor is responsible to back the installation of that particular part. Not the car manufacturer.

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We're quick to flame hoping you'll stop the post whoring and adding nonsense to every thread you know nothing about because you like watching you post count go up.

Yes, if the remote start causes the problem, and the dealer can prove it, then that wouldn't be covered under warranty. That's exactly what everyone one who isn't stupid posted before you came along and threw in, "If the dealer does it and backs it, you will be fine. Otherwise you are SOL." 1000's of remote starts are installed every day by reputable 3rd party installers and none of those people are "SOL" or without a warranty.
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We're quick to flame hoping you'll stop the post whoring and adding nonsense to every thread you know nothing about because you like watching you post count go up.

Yes, if the remote start causes the problem, and the dealer can prove it, then that wouldn't be covered under warranty. That's exactly what everyone one who isn't stupid posted before you came along and threw in, "If the dealer does it and backs it, you will be fine. Otherwise you are SOL." 1000's of remote starts are installed every day by reputable 3rd party installers and none of those people are "SOL" or without a warranty.

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Not to defend Halwg, but you two could also just ignore him... Instead of also posting off topic.

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Not to defend Halwg, but you two could also just ignore him... Instead of also posting off topic.

See attached picture of user control panel where you can ignore users.

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It's not a matter of ignoring... The problem is the dissemination of nonsensical, crapola mis-information. IF a forum user is clueless he/she should not make comments in a thread. IF he / she does tender mis-information /make nonsensical, crapola posts he /she should be called to task about same.

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It is people like that that harm the small business market that specialize in aftermarket products for automotive!
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