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36 months/36,000 miles
whichever comes FIRST
ie- If you have driven 36,001 miles in 2 years the basic warranty is gone
or if you have owned your truck for 39 months but still have less than 36,000 miles its technically gone


Technically it should start from the date of purchase/pick up.
If you bought it with 200 miles on the odo - You SHOULD theroetically be covered till 36,200. Same goes with the purchase date compared to the production date.
 

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grillmasterp said:
36 months/36,000 miles
whichever comes FIRST
ie- If you have driven 36,001 miles in 2 years the basic warranty is gone
or if you have owned your truck for 39 months but still have less than 36,000 miles its technically gone


Technically it should start from the date of purchase/pick up.
If you bought it with 200 miles on the odo - You SHOULD theroetically be covered till 36,200. Same goes with the purchase date compared to the production date.
not theoretically. :)
It's called the vehicle's in service date (date of delivery to the customer, has nothing to do with loan approval or anything else). Your bill of sale sets the ISD, as both the date & milage are on it.. assuming you got a spot delivery (took it home when you bought it without waiting).
 
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