Keep in mind with the Magnusson - Moss act, the dealer has to PROVE that your modifications cause the issue they wont fix. However Many dealers will automatically point to the CAI if say a check engine light comes on, even if it has nothing to do with air intake into the engine. It could be something as simple as 1 cyl misfire from a bad plug wire, and they may claim check engine, you've modified the engine. You can always demand them to pull the code, and then discuss how it'* affected by the CAI..
It specifically says you can modify the product (in this case the car) and the original parts and work will still be warranted, not your modifications or problems from your modification.
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