Forgive me for the semantics...lol...refuse to work on your car...voiding the right to your warranty. So then why would the dealership say it's a problem and DCX say oh no just go to another dealership?HEMEEE said:He said they wouldn't work on a specific problem, not that they'd void the warranty, evidently because they felt the speed run was related to the particular problem. Again there's the 'burden of proof' issue, but being a franchise, maybe they take the 'we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone' approach.
Hey Dixie, were you wearing shirt and shoes?
What manufacture is that?dreadful said:I know of several cases where another manufacturer would hire or send local dealership workers to the tracks to take pictures of the license plates of the people there and send them off to district and get the warrenties voided for anything related to the drivetrain.