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What are the limitations for Chrysler extended warranties?

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The limitations of a Chrysler extended warranty vary depending on the plan purchased; Chrysler provides four different options. With the Maximum Care plan, almost everything is covered; conversely, the Powertrain Care plan only covers the engine, transmission and driveline.

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Chrysler's most comprehensive extended warranty covers anything mechanical, which means over 5,000 parts. However, the warranty does not cover glass or plastic lenses, paint items or wear items such as the clutch assembly and brake assembly. The available terms are between three to eight years and 50,000 to 120,000 miles.

The second-most comprehensive warranty covers over 800 components. This extended warranty limits the roadside assistance coverage up to a certain dollar amount and only offers vehicle rental allowance for the first day at a specific price. This plan covers the engine, transmission, drivetrain, steering, suspension, electrical system and brake system. The same limitations and terms pertain to this plan as the Maximum Care plan.

Chrysler offers two powertrain plans, with one covering steering and air conditioning as an extra option. This Powertrain Care Plus extended warranty is only available for 3/36 warranties, which cover three years or 36,000 miles. The basic plan doesn't cover anything beyond the engine, transmission and driveline. The basic plan is also only available for seven years or 100,000 miles, whereas the Powertrain Care Plus plan includes the more comprehensive terms of the other extended warranties.

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