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Yeah, I'm looking to drop it maybe 1.5". I wonder if it would void the warranty. I took it for wash today and detail the tires. They do looks great. I will take pics. tomorrow afternoon.
Hi 1 Fusion 12. :wavey: This type of question has been answered many times in the past. Short answer: If you install aftermarket springs and later have any sort of suspension, halfshaft or other similar drivetrain related issues, there is a very good chance that Ford/the Dealer will deny your Warranty claim. That is different than "void the warranty". And contrary to popular belief, Ford (or any automaker) does not have to prove the springs (or any aftermarket modification) caused the Warranty issue. If they deny the claim, you are SOL unless you can convince them otherwise (doubtful), take them to arbitration or take them to court.
For a longer explanation, see this existing thread (first post and reply #7): http://www.fordfusionclub.com/index.php?topic=91546.0
Hope this helps and good luck. :cheers:
THANKS!! for the info. I was told the after market parts would not be cover, but the rest of the parts will. But we would have to see if that's true. Anyways, I have always fix my cars without warranties. I would fix them myself or my friend owns a shop where I normally take all my cars. This is the first car I buy Brand new, I normally buy them use. That's why I was asking about the warranty. But if it's to much trouble I will fix it myself.