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Mopar Introduces a New 3-Year/100,000-Mile Warranty

March 12, 2008

CENTER LINE, MI – Mopar, Chrysler LLC’s original equipment parts manufacturer and supplier, has introduced a new three-year/100,000-mile warranty on its remanufactured powertrain assemblies for Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge vehicles.

Mopar’s new comprehensive warranty on the reman powertrain assemblies covers the costs of all parts and labor. It includes a $75 towing allowance and is transferable. There is also no deductible required.

 

The three-year/100,000-mile warranty on the remanufactured powertrain assemblies covers:

· Gasoline long- and short-block engines.

 

· Gasoline engine cylinder heads.

 

· Transaxles and transmissions.

 

· Heavy-duty transmissions.

 

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