Will bigger tires void my Jeep warranty?

I want to make my Jeep an off-road machine. One of the things I want to add is a set of new tires, but I also don’t want to void my Jeep warranty in the process. Will having bigger tires void a warranty from Jeep?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Not necessarily. Bigger tires will only void the Jeep warranty if they were proven to damage or disrupt other parts of your vehicle**. Due to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975, you’re allowed to do modifications to your vehicle without voiding the warranty. However, you should make sure that your new tires are professionally installed and that you save the receipts.
If you attempt to change the tires on your own or hire an unreputable mechanic to do the installation, you risk voiding the warranty. Moreover, you should make sure that only trusted mechanics do any repairs or mods to your vehicle to avoid any risk of voiding the warranty.
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