Usually everything is taken care of in a few phone calls. No lawyer has been needed. I think the vehicle manufacturers might be aware that no one has proved AMSOIL has caused an oil related failure in 38 years, so they back down.quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:
Covered by the Amsoil warranty, my bet is there will be lots of finger pointing, sleepless nights, and a lawyer. The word of an Amsoil rep doesn't mean much sorry not dissing you, I just don't buy it.
The AMSOIL rep really has nothing to do with it. No need to take the word of the AMSOIL rep. when the warranty is clearly spelled out and easily accessible on the website.
The claim is filed and taken care of by AMSOIL directly. When in doubt, AMSOIL has paid the claim to get the vehicle back on the road ASAP, then goes after the manufacturer. No fuss, no muss. If there was, you'd hear people screaming about it on the internet. Now if the oil you use does not have a warranty, then you are likely in trouble, and the scenerio you described will likely be true.