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I got up this morning out to work and found this, there was a branch lodged in it, is the covered in the warrenty?
 

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What happened? The picture isn't too clear other than there is some kind of hole in the cowl.
 

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What happened? The picture isn't too clear other than there is some kind of hole in the cowl.
Yeah, i just posted a better picture!
 

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That would fall under insurance i believe, not warranty.
 

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Insurance should cover it. Might even want to price the piece and do it yourself.
 

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Insurance should cover it. Might even want to price the piece and do it yourself.
Is that possbile? And what is the name of tha part?

Thanks for the input!!!:bowdown:
 

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you might try LKQ. They have good inventories.....of some things....

I like that term, Act of God. Really, if God put that branch there, do you really want to remove it? Do you want to take the risk?

Act of Nature, ok. I will fight the mother nature fight. But God? no.
 

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you might try LKQ. They have good inventories.....of some things....

I like that term, Act of God. Really, if God put that branch there, do you really want to remove it? Do you want to take the risk?

Act of Nature, ok. I will fight the mother nature fight. But God? no.
Warranty and insurance usage, I'm just repeating it
Rob
 

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If the part is only $58 then I would certainly do it your self. The deductable must be more than that and the claim might effect your future rates. It might be as simple as unbolting the old trim piece on the cowl and putting on the new one. Even if you have to remove the hood, it is not that hard, remember to mark the hinges to realign the hood when you put it back on.

Just my opinion
 
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