How to Transfer a Dodge Warranty

by Michelle Miley

The Dodge bumper-to-bumper warranty can be transferred to a new owner as can the extended warranty contracts offered by Chrysler. The Dodge power train warranty, however, cannot be transferred to a new vehicle owner. There is no charge for extending the original bumper-to-bumper warranty of a Dodge vehicle as this warranty is good for the first three years or 36,000 miles regardless of who owns the vehicle. There is both a charge and a time limit, however, for transferring Chrysler extended warranties. Chrysler recommends seeing a dealer to transfer the extended warranty coverage, but you can make the transfer yourself.

Step 1

Pay off anything that is owed on the extended warranty. Warranties that are being financed cannot be transferred until they have been paid.

Step 2

Complete the warranty transfer information located on your Plan Provision documents. If you do not have a copy of your Plan Provision, you can print a transfer form from the "My Plan" page of the Chrysler warranty website (see Resources).

Step 3

Write a check or obtain a money order payable to Chrysler LLC for the amount of the warranty transfer fee. In most states, this fee is $50, but you should check with your specific Plan Provision or Chrysler dealer to verify the fee for your state.

Step 4

Ask the original warranty plan purchaser to sign the completed transfer form. Transfers will not be completed without the signature of the person who originally purchased the warranty.

Step 5

Send the check and transfer form to Chrysler within 60 days of the sale of the vehicle. Forms should be sent to: Chrysler Service Contracts Transfer Department P.O. Box 2700 Troy, MI 48007-2700

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