While the Feds require a 2 year emissions warranty, the 3 year factory warranty is actually better/longer. So our emissions are covered for 3 years, except for the cat converter and PCM which is 8 years.
Originally Posted by GROUNDED
If you live in California the rules are different, and more favorable.
This is copied from the 2006 Warranty manual.
5. Emission Warranties Required By Law• spark plugs;
5.1 Federal Emission Warranty
A. Parts Covered for 2 Years or 24,000 Miles
Federal law requires DaimlerChrysler Motors
Company LLC ("DaimlerChrysler") to warrant the
following emissions parts for 2 years or 24,000
miles, whichever occurs first. DaimlerChrysler
covers all of these parts under the Basic Limited
Warranty for 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever
• Air system controls;
• distributor and its components;
• electronic fuel injection system, including injector;
• evaporative-emission canister and controls;
• exhaust manifold;
• exhaust gas recirculation valve and control system;
• exhaust pipes (between exhaust manifold and catalyst);
• fuel cap and tank assembly, pump, and fuel lines;
• ignition coil and ignition module;
• intake manifold;
• on-board diagnostic-system components;
• oxygen sensors;
• positive crankcase-ventilation (PCV) valve or orifice;
• secondary ignition wires;
• throttle body;
• transmission-control module;
• vacuum hoses, clamps, and fittings, as well as tubing used for these components;
• vacuum, temperature, altitude, speed, timesensitive valves, sensors, and switches used in these components and systems
B. Parts Covered for 8 years or 80,000 miles
If your vehicle has one of the following parts, this
Federal Emission Warranty covers that part for a
period of 8 years or 80,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
These limits are counted from the time when your
Basic Limited Warranty begins under 2.1(E). The
covered parts are:
• catalytic converter; and
• powertrain control module.