What will void my Chevy warranty?

I’m thinking of adding some aftermarket parts to my Chevy but I don’t want to mess with the warranty. Can I add features to my Chevy?

Brittni Brinn · Answered on Sep 09, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It’s good to check before you install any aftermarket parts! In general, your warranty will not be void if you properly install modifications that do not cause damage to other parts of the Chevy vehicle. However, your Chevy warranty may be void if your vehicle is damaged by the following:
  • Accident
  • Misuse or alteration
  • Corrosion due to environment, chemical treatments, or aftermarket products
  • Insufficient or improper maintenance
  • Poor-quality fuel
  • Impact (for example, a falling tree branch)
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