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When you purchase a Jeep vehicle, you want the peace of mind that comes with knowing your investment is protected. That's where the Jeep Factory Warranty comes into play. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore all the details of the Jeep Factory Warranty, including what it covers, how long it lasts, and what your rights and obligations are as a vehicle owner. So, let's dive in and discover everything you need to know about the Jeep Factory Warranty.
The Basic Limited Warranty is the foundation of the Jeep Factory Warranty. It covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair any item on your vehicle that is defective in material, workmanship, or factory preparation. This warranty does not have a list of covered parts, except for a few exceptions. For example, tires, headphones, and items added or changed after your vehicle left the manufacturing plant are not covered under the Basic Limited Warranty.
In addition to the Basic Limited Warranty, the Jeep Factory Warranty also includes a Corrosion Warranty. This warranty covers the cost of repairing or replacing any sheet metal panels that develop holes from rust or other corrosion. It's important to note that cosmetic or surface corrosion may be covered under the warranty, depending on the cause. However, cosmetic or surface corrosion resulting from stone chips or scratches in the paint is not covered.
The Powertrain Limited Warranty is another crucial component of the Jeep Factory Warranty. It covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair powertrain components that are defective in workmanship and materials. The specific parts covered under this warranty depend on the type of Jeep vehicle and engine. Examples of parts covered include the cylinder block, transmission, drivetrain, and more.
For Jeep Wrangler 4xe and Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe vehicles, there is a High Voltage Battery Limited Warranty. This warranty covers the high voltage battery for a specific period, depending on the vehicle and state of registration. It provides coverage for eight years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. However, it's important to note that gradual capacity loss of the high voltage battery is not covered under this warranty.
While the Jeep Factory Warranty provides comprehensive coverage, there are certain exclusions to be aware of. These exclusions include modifications that are not covered or approved by FCA US LLC, damage caused by environmental factors, maintenance costs, racing-related damage, and certain types of corrosion. Additionally, the warranty does not cover damage or conditions caused by fire, accident, abuse, misuse, tampering with emission systems, or the use of used parts.
As a vehicle owner, you have certain rights and obligations when it comes to the Jeep Factory Warranty. It is your responsibility to ensure that you properly maintain your vehicle and present it to an authorized Jeep dealer for repairs in a timely manner. FCA US LLC will not deny warranty coverage solely based on the lack of receipts for maintenance. However, warranty coverage may be denied if the vehicle or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, or unapproved modifications.
If your vehicle fails a smog check inspection, FCA US LLC will repair the vehicle to ensure it passes the inspection. In the event of a warranty claim, you should take your vehicle to an authorized Jeep dealer for repairs. FCA US LLC recommends retaining all receipts covering maintenance on your vehicle. In situations where an authorized dealer is not readily available, emergency warranty service may be obtained from any repair shop. However, reimbursement for emergency repairs is subject to approval by FCA US LLC.
It's important to note that the Jeep Factory Warranty is subject to certain restrictions and limitations. FCA US LLC may restrict the warranty on your vehicle if it is not properly maintained or if it is abused or neglected in a way that interferes with its proper functioning. Additionally, the warranty does not cover vehicles that have been declared a total loss by an insurance company or vehicles with a salvage or junk title.
Investing in a Jeep extended warranty is a smart decision for Jeep owners looking to protect their investment and avoid unexpected repair costs. Mopar Vehicle Protection offers a comprehensive coverage plan that goes beyond the basic warranty provided by Jeep. With Mopar Vehicle Protection, you can have peace of mind knowing that your Jeep will be protected against mechanical breakdowns and repair expenses. Whether it's engine issues, electrical problems, or even just routine maintenance, Mopar Vehicle Protection has you covered. Don't let unexpected repair costs catch you off guard – extend your Jeep basic coverage with Mopar Vehicle Protection today.