Originally Posted by THE TECH
I had the same nonsense happen with another vehicle we used to own. Total BS. You just have to put your foot down about it. Tell them by law to void your warranty, they have to prove that the parts in question caused the issue at hand. Since they cannot do so, they have no grounds for voiding.
YEah but they are at the point of saying... if the car is not back in its original state we see no reason to pay for labor to fix your problem. as it could have easily been cased by the aftermarket stuff..