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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-31-2007, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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So, who recently just bought a 6.7 and

missed out getting the lifetime warranty? My timing couldn't have been more crappy. Still really happy with my deal tho.

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It was my understanding that 2500 & 3500 CTD's are not eligible.

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Well, now I don't feel so bad. That's a pretty good warranty promo on gassers.

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NO diesels, and cab and chasis are excluded. fairly good promo, but only elegible to origional owners. I dont understand why tghe dont cover the diesels, cost mroe to replace, but shoudl last logner. The trans, if its built to w/stand the diesels, then waht do they care if its hooked to agas or diesel, why wont they stand behind the trans on the dodge diesel for a lifetime? The warrenty onlyi covers the engine block itself from my udnerstanding, which generally dotn go bad, its ususally sensors etc that go bad which they dont cover. I still wonder say 40 years form now if i got a hemi and it blows (bl9ock cracks non repairable) where they are gonna find a new motor fortaht truck.

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the easy way to think of the powertrain warranty is that they are going to cover internally lubricated engine, trans, and differential parts.
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