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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    My Innova is new and under warranty. Will changing my speakers void the warranty? I would place any amplifier nor change the wiring of the car, only the speaker. Please help, before I'll change or install new speakers.

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    #2
    Hi. You have to check with your dealer. I also have a new Fort but I only did minor and necessary modifications/enhancements - those that will not void warranty.

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    #3
    nope it won't (supposedly) , but if they say that it does, screw them! your money, your car, do whatever you want to your car.

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    #4
    Bradp and shadow both have a point.

    IMO (In My Opinion), replacing the speakers does not void your electrical warranty. Coz you didn't do anything with the wires in the first place.

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    #5
    Thanks for the quick replies and Merry Christmas!!!

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    #6
    I think as long as you change the stock speakers with the same impedance and the same or higher wattage, the warranty IMHO, of the HU is not affected. The wiring of the HU speakers is different from the wiring of the eletricals. The electrical warranty should not be affected.

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    #7
    Quote Originally Posted by meledson View Post
    I think as long as you change the stock speakers with the same impedance and the same or higher wattage, the warranty IMHO, of the HU is not affected. The wiring of the HU speakers is different from the wiring of the eletricals. The electrical warranty should not be affected.
    *meledson, sir eh kung the other way around, change HU naman- upgrade!
    - thanks...

Will changing auto speakers void warranty of my new Innova?