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Complaint Review: engine performance chip .com
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after about 3 months the check engine light came one. so since the car was under warranty I took to dealer to check it out. Luckily the tech let me in the bay where he informed my that any modifications to the cars computer voids the warranty. He wasnt' a servivce manager and I slipped him a 20 he removed the chip and restored the wiring to co. specs so my car is now back under warranty. Engine performance chips are nothing more that a 2 in piece of place with a sliding performance scale from 1 to 7 and taps in vehicles and will void your warranty. My car comes with a 0-60 timer and my time inproved by .20 mph without the chip and mileage is increased as well. my advice to anyone purchasing any product from engine performance chip go take the money you were going to spend and donate to your favorite charity as their products are junk and no absolutly nothing for the performance of your car.
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