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I dont know about the US, but here in the land of Kangaroo and Drop bears, as long as you have proof the car was SERVICED by an Actual technician and you have paperwork to prove it was done to the schedules recommendations with pats used listed then there will be not concerns
 

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I have a 2022 outlander. If I wanted to take my outlander to a mechanic I use to have it’s oil changed will that void my warranty on the vehicle.
You can do the work yourself, or take it to a shop of your choice. All you need for warranty is receipts for the work. If DIY, keep a "contemporaneous record" (maintenance log). Your records should show the date, miles, materials used, and who did the work (name, address, phone number). Be specific.
 

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For any reason that voids your warranty the dealership would have to have very exact evidence that ties either modification or neglect directly to damage done to the vehicle. Even if you put on some aftermarket intake that relocates a sensor, and that sensor goes bad they would need to prove that the installation of the intake caused that failure. They would still not be able to void your engine warranty, they just may not warranty that single sensor. In the US the consumer is 100% allowed to self maintain the vehicle as well. There is no specific language either saying you need to provide proof of oil changes with receipts or photo evidence etc... In the event of a blown motor, the dealership would need to prove by way of non anecdotal evidence, that the damage was caused by neglect or misuse.
 
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