Does A Leveling Kit Void Warranty?

When it comes to car upgrades, you may worry if installing a leveling kit will void the manufacturer’s warranty. As long as the leveling kit is not causing harm to the car, the answer is no.

Generally, installing a vehicle-leveling kit should not violate the warranty. This is due to the fact that the leveling kit is designed to lift the car without altering the suspension or other components. Only if something breaks as a result of installing the leveling kit would the warranty be voided.

However, installing a complete lift kit on your car will void the warranty, but just for suspension components of the aftermarket lift kit. This is due to the fact that the lift kit is intended to modify the design and height of the suspension, which frequently involves the inclusion of additional components. In addition, if the raise kit was not approved by the manufacturer, the guarantee would be voided.

When considering a car leveling kit, you can rest assured that it will not void your warranty. However, if you want to install a complete lift kit, the suspension warranty may be voided if the package was not manufacturer-approved.


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