Does lifting a Jeep void the warranty?

I love lifted cars, but it’s not worth it to get rid of my warranty early. If I lift my Jeep, will my warranty be voided?

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We hear you! Lifting a Jeep won’t always void the warranty, but it can. To make sure that you’re not putting your Jeep’s warranty in jeopardy, you’ll need to research your lift kit carefully and double-check it against your warranty before having it installed.
It should also be noted that, even if your lift kit doesn’t void your warranty, adding new features to a vehicle can cause problems if you need repairs on the modified area at a later date. Problems with your suspension, for example, could be chalked up to your lift kit and therefore not covered under your warranty.
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