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Warranty: General automotive repair

Warranty on general serveice repairs is 12 months/12,000 miles parts and labor. Warranty is for part(s) replaced and labor operations to install parts replaced. Warranty covers, if necessary, any fluids as part of the repair.

What the warranty does not cover:

Warranty does not cover towing charges in the chance of breakdown. Customer is responsible to contact Boeser Transmission & Auto, Inc., within a reasonable amount of time if the covered component is not operating normally.   Customer is responsible in the care of the vehicle that all systems of the vehicle that affect the covered component and are in proper operating order at all times. Customer is responsible for the service of the vehicle to keep the “Service Engine Soon” lamp or “Check Engine” lamp, which ever one applies to the vehicle, from staying on due to lack of maintenance and/or repairs.  Failure to do so may resulted in failure of the covered componet and will not be covered under warranty. Customer is be responsible to use reasonable care in the event of a breakdown to not further damage the covered compent.  Warranty does not cover against abusive driving habits, off road use or excessive loads exerted on the vehicle. We do not cover the fact that rust and corrosion of components that may need to be removed, may break or must be destroyed to be removed from vehicle for the warranty repair. This will be extra labor and possible parts that the customer will be responsible for.

Warranty: Transmission overhaul:

Warranty is against parts used and labor operations to install the transmission assuming that all components are free of rust, corrosion and/or wear and will not interfere with the removal of such components. Warranty is covered for a period of 24 months or 24,000 miles which ever comes first. Warranty covers internally lubricated transmission components, torque converter and external transmission seals and gaskets. All rebuilt transmissions must be inspected between 30 days and 60 days after repair.  Invoice must be signed by employee of Boeser Transmission & Auto, Inc. to make warranty valid.  

What the warranty does not cover:

All Warranty work must be performed by Boeser Transmission & Auto, Inc. or a shop authorized by Boeser Transmission & Auto, Inc. under the ATRA warranty program.  

Warranty does not cover towing charges in the chance of breakdown. Customer is responsible to contact Boeser Transmission & Auto, Inc., within a reasonable amount of time if the transmission is not operating normally.   Customer is responsible in the care of the vehicle that all systems of the vehicle that affect the transmission are in proper operating order at all times. Customer is responsible for the service of the vehicle to keep the “Service Engine Soon” lamp or “Check Engine” lamp, which ever one applies to the vehicle, from staying on due to lack of maintenance and/or repairs.  Failure to do so may resulted in transmission operations failure and will not be covered under warranty. Customer is be responsible to use reasonable care in the event of a breakdown to not further damage the transmission.  Warranty does not cover against abusive driving habits, off road use or excessive loads exerted on the vehicle.  Warranty does not cover external sensors, actuators, transmission cooler and/or lines or other components that may cause damage to transmission or drivetrain. Customer is responsible to inspect the level of the transmission fluid as per the owner manuals recommendations.  We do not cover the fact that rust and corrosion of components that may need to be removed, may break or must be destroyed to be removed from vehicle for the warranty repair. This will be extra labor and possible parts that the customer will be responsible for.

Warranty is for current owner of the vehicle at the time of repair and is not transferrable.