EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

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  • EcoHitch
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 200 lbs TW
  • 2000 lbs GTW
  • Completely Hidden
  • Custom Fit Hitch
This completely hidden, custom-fit hitch installs behind your vehicle's rear bumper so that the cross tube is always out of sight. Receiver easily removes when not in use. Aluminum and steel alloy construction is durable and eco-friendly. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from EcoHitch. EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" part number 306-X7373 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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EcoHitch Trailer Hitch - 306-X7373

This completely hidden, custom-fit hitch installs behind your vehicle's rear bumper so that the cross tube is always out of sight. Receiver easily removes when not in use. Aluminum and steel alloy construction is durable and eco-friendly.


Features:

  • Custom-fit trailer hitch lets you tow a trailer or carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your vehicle
  • Hidden design - hitch is completely out of sight for a clean, from-the-factory look
    • Hitch cross tube is concealed behind rear bumper
    • Receiver is removable - unbolts from hitch when not in use
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no drilling or welding required
  • Sturdy, lightweight alloy construction
    • Alloy is made of recycled materials and combines aluminum, steel, and stainless steel
  • Black powder coat finish offers superior rust protection
  • Meets SAE J684 towing safety regulations
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Maximum gross trailer weight: 2,000 lbs
  • Maximum tongue weight: 200 lbs
  • Not rated for weight distribution systems
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Hidden Design for a Clean, Factory Look

The EcoHitch Stealth trailer hitch is designed to be completely out of sight when you're not towing. The hitch's cross tube bolts onto your vehicle's frame, behind your rear bumper. No drilling or welding is required. Once installed, the cross tube will be completely concealed and only the receiver will be visible beneath your bumper. But unlike other hitches with hidden cross tubes, the Stealth goes one further. You can remove the receiver portion of the hitch for a completely out-of-sight setup. To mount the receiver, just insert it up into the access port that is built into the cross tube. Secure the receiver to the hitch with the supplied bolt and washers. When you're done towing, just remove the receiver portion to return your vehicle to its clean, factory appearance.


Eco-Friendly Material

With a combination of aerospace-grade aluminum, steel, and stainless steel, each EcoHitch is made of a strong metal alloy that will stand the test of time. The lightweight alloy is composed of recycled materials. Traditional steel hitch manufacturing can use coal or oil, which can contribute to harmful gas emissions. The EcoHitch's recycled materials limit the carbon footprint during manufacturing, so you get a sturdy trailer hitch while also helping the environment.


Rigorous Strength Testing Ensures Durability

This EcoHitch trailer hitch is tested for durability and sturdiness. Using Finite Elemental Analysis (FEA), individual points of stress on the hitch can be detected and remedied. Designers can accurately test the hitch to ensure that it will meet or exceed SAE J684 standards. The EcoHitch Stealth trailer hitch is carefully researched and strength tested for a durable, high-quality hitch that can resist damage while on the road.


etrailer.com Technical Support

At etrailer.com we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your hitch. The technicians at etrailer perform hitch installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.



X7373 EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"





This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2017 - 2020 Tesla Model 3




Video of EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Installation - 2018 Tesla Model 3

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Tesla Model 3 you're going to be taking a look at, I'm going to show you how to install the EcoHitch Two-Inch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 306-X7373. This is what our hitch looks like when it's installed. It's going to offer you a two inch by two inch receiver opening. Hitch pin hole is going to be 5/8 an inch in diameter. It's going to take a standard 5/8-inch hitch pin. A hitch pin does not come with your kit.

However, you can find one on our website using part number PC3.The hitch is going to be constructed of recycled materials, aluminum, steel, and stainless steel. It's going to have a black powder coat finish, so it's going to resist any rust or corrosion. One thing that's really great about this hitch is not only the way it looks now where the only thing showing is the receiver tube, but this receiver tube is actually removable. When you take this off, you see nothing. You can have the nice, clean look of the vehicle.

As you can see, it's completely hidden behind our bumper fascia to maintain a nice, clean look.When you're ready to use it, you just slide your receiver tube and install your bolt. Once you have your bolt installed, tighten it down. You're ready to load up your favorite accessories, and you can see our safety chain hookups are going to be up inside here. One thing I do want to mention is in the instructions, they're going to tell you you have two options: a three-inch hole saw bit or a four-inch. If you use a three-inch, you can see that these are kind of hard to get to.

As a matter of fact, on the other side of this hitch, you would have to open that hole up. So, I would suggest using a four-inch hole saw bit if you're going to be towing a trailer at all to make sure that you're able to get to those.Now, with the EcoHitch, this is another accessory that you can pick up. It's called the Undercover Access Hole Cover, and it's part number 306-XA2002. What this is going to do is for that EcoHitch, when you remove that receiver tube, this is going to go in place of that to give you that nice, clean look and maintain the aerodynamics of the vehicle. It's also going to have a rubber seal.

That's going to seal to keep dirt and debris from getting up inside of your receiver tube. Now how this stays on, it's magnetic. There's a large magnet here that's going to slide up inside the receiver tube to hold it in place.This cutout here is going to face the front of the vehicle. This arrow is going to face the driver's side. The magnet is going to slide up on the passenger's side inside of the receiver tube here, just like that, and slide it into place. When you're ready to add your receiver, simply pull it out, add your receiver, and then your bolt, and you're ready to go. Now you're going to have a 200 pound max tongue weight, which is amount of pressure on the inside of the receiver tube, and it's 2,000 pound max trailer weight, which is the trailer plus load included. I do recommend consulting with the owner's manual or the manufacturer to make sure the vehicle can withstand either one of those weights. Keep in mind that is the weight limit of the hitch, not the vehicle.As far as the installation goes, and it's pretty straight forward. Installation, I do recommend having an extra set of hands because you will have to remove the fascia, and there's a minor modification, which is going to be a hole you're going to have to make down here on the bottom for your receiver. Now let's give you a few measurements to help you with deciding on any hitch mount accessories you may need. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost part of the bumper is about three inches. From the ground to the top innermost part of the receiver tube is about nine and 3/4 inches. It's a good idea to get a raised shank for better ground clearance.Now let's show you how to get this installed. To start our installation, we're going to need to remove our rear fascia. To start that, we're going to have two push pin fasteners inside of our wheel well along with one Torx bit, and we're going to have that on both sides of the vehicle. We need to remove those. To remove your push pin fasteners, take a flathead screw driver. You're going to see an open spot there. You're just going to pry out the center. You should be able to pull out the base, so make sure you get both of them together.This one here is going to be your second one. It's in a little bit more, and then we're going to have a third one that sits inside behind the tire we're going to need to remove. Next we're going to take a T20 Torx bit. You're going to have a screw for your rear fascia that's under your fender here, and it's going to be right up in the corner. I'm using a long extension to make sure that my socket wrench doesn't make contact with the car, and I'll repeat that process on the other side of the vehicle.We're going to have two tabs. You're going to have one here and one on the other side. We're going to pop the tab open. You just use a flathead screwdriver. There's a bolt here. You're going to have three across the center here, and you'll have another tab over here that has a bolt in it. Go ahead and remove all of those. We'll use a 10 millimeter socket to do that. Next we're going to come to the front part of this panel where it meets the felt. You're going to have a bolt here and a bolt here. We need to remove those first, and there's a bolt underneath this felt that we're going to need to remove. We'll use the same 10 millimeter socket.Pull our felt down. We'll need to remove our trunk rest. You're going to have one on each side of the vehicle. It sits right above the taillight. Now, these are going to twist off. If they're too tight to twist them by hand, use an adjustable wrench and a paper towel. Put it over there so it doesn't damage the plastic here. Now we're going to have our panel or sill panel here on the back. We need to remove that, and we're just going to gently pull up on it like that, and we'll set that aside.We're going to have a couple plastic push pins holding our side felt in place. You're going to have one here, and you're going to have one up on top. We'll do the same thing we did with the ones from the wheel well. We'll use a flathead screwdriver. We'll just pop out the center, and you just make sure you get the base with it, and our second one is going to be right up here. We're going to do this on both side of the vehicle. Next thing we're going to do is we're going to pull back our felt. You're going to see a wiring harness that goes into our taillight. We're going to unplug that.To unplug it, there's a little tab right here on the bottom. You're going to push that tab in. Then you can see those few prongs. They kind of pull in or pull out, and then you just pull out on them. Then we're going to have two nuts. You're going to have one here and one here. We're going to use an eight millimeter socket to remove those. Then we're going to remove the taillight. You want to be careful when you're popping these off that you don't break the plastic tabs that are holding it in place. They have a couple plastic tabs here. You don't want to break them and you don't want to mess with the prongs that are holding it in place.Next we're going to have two more bolts we need to remove. We're going to have one on each side that sitting underneath the taillight house or inside the taillight housing. 10 millimeter socket. Go on and remove both of those. Now we're going to remove our fascia. It's a good idea to have a second person. Have one person on one side and one on the other. We're going to start at the wheel wells. Then we're going to work our way to the center. Keep in mind if you have sensors inside your fascia, there's going to be wiring running there. So when you get your fascia loose, don't just pull it off. You want to make sure you unplug any necessary wires you need to unplug so you don't mess up the connections.On our passenger's side, you can see a plug that's going to our sensors. We're going to go ahead and remove that plug. You'll see a gray tab there. We're going to pull that up just like that. Push here and pull out. Then we'll set our fascia aside. Next we'll take a 15 millimeter socket. We're going to remove the three nuts holding on our crash support beam. We're going to do this on both sides. We're going to pull this off and we're going to set it side for now. Next thing we're going to do is we're going to remove our bumper support. Before doing that, we're going to have to remove this plastic bar here.We're going to use a 10 millimeter socket. We're going to have three nuts that go . Actually, four. We're going to have one here, here. There are five of them, and once we pull this off, we're going to take it and we're just going to flip it up inside the trunk. It looks like we're going to have to pop out this plug. We use a trim panel tool or a flathead screwdriver if you have one. We'll let that hang and we're going to take this and just set it up inside the trunk like that. Once you have these loose, you can use a 15 millimeter socket. You can go ahead and remove that bracket.Next we'll take a flathead screwdriver. We're going to pop these caps off. They may be stuck to the body of the vehicle because they're going to have some epoxy around it that helps seal it. Now we'll take a putty knife and we're going to scrape off this excess epoxy. Next we're going to have some nylon washers in our kit. You're going to put one on each of our bolts here. You want to make sure you do that on both sides. Next we're going to put our hitch in place and we're going to slide it over the studs just like that, and then we'll reinstall our nuts, or the four outside nuts holding our hitch to the body of the vehicle.We want to center our hitch. I'm going to use this center piece here on the body and center it right in the center of where my receiver tube is. After you get it centered, you're going to tighten the four nuts on each side, and then you're going to torque them to the specifications in the instructions. We're going to have six nylon washers remaining. We're going to put them on the three studs on each side of our hitch, just like that. Then we'll reinstall our crash support beam. What I found is that our bolts on our hitch are just a little bit wider than the bolt pattern here. This won't quite slide on there.So, what I'm doing is I'm taking a grinding bit like this. I'm just grinding this back just a little bit, just enough to get the other side on. Once you have your crash support beam back in place, reinstall your nuts. Go ahead and tighten them down, and then torque them to the specifications in the instructions. Once you're done with that, we're going to put our fascia clip bracket back in place like that. Then we'll reinstall the screws. The next thing we're going to do is this bottom panel on our fascia, this center rib that runs right here, we need to measure from this edge 26 and 3/4 inches. When it says 3/4, we'll go ahead and mark that spot.Then what we want to do is 3/4 of an inch to the driver's side. We want to go 2 and 1/4 to the passenger's side. Now, we're going to have two options. You can use a three-inch hole saw or you can use a four-inch hole saw. What we're going to do is we're going to use our mark as our center and we're going to make our circle with our three or four-inch hole saw on both sides, and then we're going to cut out the excess in the center of that. That's going to give us an oval shape. Now, I'm going to start with a three-inch hole saw bit. If you want more hand room, then this measurement from the center up to here is actually going to be . or from the center of that to here is only going to be 26 and 1/2, not 26 and 3/4. Just make sure whichever one you use, you use the right measurement.Now I'm going to take a Dremel tool with a cutting blade. You can use a utility knife. This bottom plastic is pretty thick, so it may take a little bit to get through. I've already marked my line. I want to cut out this center triangle section so this is a complete oval. Before we put our fascia back in place, we're going to have to remove our receiver tube. There's a large bolt on the side. We'll use a 24 millimeter socket. Go ahead and remove that bolt and we'll just slide this out. Once you have your fascia trimmed, go ahead and test it.What you want to make sure is that this receiver part right here is off to the left side of that hole, that hole that we just cut into the bottom of the bumper fascia. You've got to remember you've got to put the bolt in once you put the receiver tube in. Once you have done that, everything is lining up correctly, go ahead and put your fascia back in place in the reverse order from the way you took it off. Once you put your receiver back in place, the bolt that you put in, you want to make sure that you torque that to the specifications in the instructions, and you're going to need to do that any time you take it out and put it back in or reinstall it. That'll do it for a look at and installation on EcoHitch Two-Inch Hitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 306-X7373 on our 2018 Tesla Model 3.


Customer Reviews

EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" - 306-X7373

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

This completely hidden, custom-fit hitch installs behind your vehicle's rear bumper so that the cross tube is always out of sight. Receiver easily removes when not in use. Aluminum and steel alloy construction is durable and eco-friendly.

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I love the hitch. Really easy instructions. Great product. One minor problem that I had putting the bumper back on that the instructions didn’t tell me about but made it work. Thank You... 680212



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Finally had a chance to get this installed. Followed the video and everything was as stated. Pretty easy overall. Just got a littler nervous taking apart a brand new car. Definitely need an extra pair of hands when removing the back facia and putting it back on. I have a 2019 M3 and found that the belly pan came with a small hatch where the hitch tow hook adaptor drops down below the belly pan. Because of this, I did not cut out the hole in the belly pan as shown in the video. I will just use the hatch opening that has been provided...remove the access panel when I am towing and then replace the hatch cover when I'm done. My guess is that this hatch in the belly pan is a design change to accommodate the European models where hitches can be ordered from Tesla. 678103



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I had it installed by my local shop (Mega Automotive Group) in Rockville MD. Overall looks good and feels very solid. Removing the Hitch Receiver does not seem to be as easy as I thought. It is not something you want to do regularly. May be when you are sure you will not be using it for a long period of time. 628155



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2018 Tesla Model 3

Perfect fit. Thanks a million. 637823



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2018 Tesla Model 3

Overall, the construction and utility is good on this hitch. A few negatives. 1. Price is 2+ times more expensive than normal options from other manufacturers, but they don't make a hitch for the Model 3 yet. 2. My particular hitch had a bent stud and this required a hammer and a 2X4 to straighten it out. This wasn't due to shipping, it was a manufacturing defect. 3. It would have been helpful if they sent you a template for the cutout. At this price, it seems like it should have included items like that. 4. Lastly, this hitch requires a special tool. If you want to take off the hitch, you need a 15/16 ratcheting wrench. 600188



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2018 Tesla Model 3

I watched the installation video & read thru the instructions. Everything was pretty straight forward. It would have been easier to install if I lifted my car like in the video, but it was doable while on the floor. My 13year old son was my helper and it was great bonding time! As you can see by the pics, my cargo shelf sits pretty low when loaded, but the Model 3 handled everything with grace! EAP didn't have any problems and having the hitch helped me with carrying more product to a trade show I went to this past weekend! 601572



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2018 Tesla Model 3

Hello George, Here attached are photos of the install ( that I did myself! proud of that) and the result!! The install went really well, for an amateur like me! It was quite easy with your instructions. saved a few $$ there ! Camping here we come ! 571288



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2019 Tesla Model 3

Custom designed for the Tesla. A key component for me is that the hitch can be completely removed so during the half of the year when no hitch is needed I can remove it and the mount is hidden from view or air flow. Excellent design. The install time is worth the effort. 665268



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The hitch to get for your Tesla Model 3. Install was essentially painless. 662335


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  • The Curt and Draw-Tite trailer hitch receivers are often rated much higher than the vehicle is capable of handling so they are a bit misleading whereas the EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 306-X7373 which is a fit for your 2018 Tesla Model 3 has a more accurate representation In order to make sure you will be safe carrying your bike rack and three bikes on the back on your Model 3 you will want to take a look in your owner's manual for the vehicle's tongue weight capacity...
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  • Installing EcoHitch Stealth Receiver # 306-X7373 on 2018 Tesla Model 3
  • I see exactly what you are referring to with regards to the plates that need to be removed on the Tesla Model 3 when installing the EcoHitch # 306-X7373. There is no need to worry though about rust or corrosion in that area because the mounting brackets for the hitch will essentially be taking their place. Using the included nylon washers and bolts the hitch brackets will create a tight seal at that location to prevent anything from creeping in between them and the frame. Once the hitch...
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  • Required Fascia Cutting When Installing EcoHitch Trailer Hitch on 2019 Tesla Model 3
  • The installation instructions for the EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver # 306-X7373 call for either a 3-1/2 inch or 4 inch hole saw. The advantage for the larger 4 inch hole is just more hand clearance to allow for easier mounting when inserting the receiver. I honestly just recommend going with the smallest possible hole (3-1/2 inches) as I'm sure you aren't overly enthused to cut into your Tesla's bumper fascia. It does not matter which hole size you use with regards to installing...
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  • Compatibility of EcoHitch Stealth Hitch Reciever # 306-X7373 on 2017 Model 3
  • The EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" # 306-X7373 has only been tested on the 2018 model. Based on my research the frame and trim didn't change between the 2017 and 2018 model years so it should fit in the same exact manner. This of course is not confirmed as it hasn't been tested, so you can at least calculate the risk of purchase. For your trailer wiring, I recommend the ZCI Circuit Protected Vehicle Wiring Harness w/ 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector and Installation...
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  • Hidden Trailer Hitch Recommendation for 2019 Tesla Model 3
  • For your 2019 Tesla Model 3 the EcoHitch part # 306-X7373 is the correct fit and a really great choice. When not in use you can simply remove the hitch opening portion of it and it's totally out of sight. There aren't any other hitches out there that can do this so it's a really great hitch we recommend highly. It would not void the warranty either as long as it's installed correctly. When you install an aftermarket part on your vehicle like a trailer hitch in this case, you are protected...
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  • Is EcoHitch Undercover Access Hole Cover Needed for 2019 Tesla Model 3
  • The access hole cover, part # 306-XA2002, isn't needed for all of the 2019 Tesla Model 3 so look under your car before getting it. Some of the 2019 models have a cover installed right from the factory.
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  • Bolt Size That Holds Lower Assembly of EcoHitch for 2018 Tesla Model 3
  • The size of the bolt that holds the lower assembly to the main crosstube is a 1/2”x13x2-1/2” sized bolt.
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  • Can EcoHitch # 306-X7373 be Shipped to Canada and will 1-1/4 Inch Shank Bike Rack be Compatible?
  • The EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" # 306-X7373 is available for delivery in Canada. The pricing will be in US currency so the exchange rate will dictate the Canadian currency rate which most credit or debit cards will do for you. Most 1-1/4 inch shank bike racks are compatible with 2 inch hitches directly using a rack specific adapter without changing the rack capacity in any way. However there are a select few bike racks that require a universal adapter...
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  • Installation of EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch on a 2018 Tesla Model 3
  • If you're going to have the EcoHitch, part # 306-X7373, installed professionally on your 2018 Tesla Model 3 I recommend searching for well rated mechanics in your area. The estimated time for a professional is about 2 hours worth of labor. We don't keep a database of shops around the country to recommend since any qualified mechanic should be able to do the work. I've linked a video that shows the installation from when we put one on here. It isn't too terribly difficult although...
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  • Is Lock Needed for Lower Hitch Opening of EcoHitch Stealth Hitch
  • While there isn't a locking pin for the lower portion of the EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver # 306-X7373 the good news is this won't be a high-theft item at all for a few reasons. Most people would not assume that it comes off as it appears like a standard hitch, even if they knew it came off they'd have to have the correct size wrench on them to remove it, and even if knew it wouldn't really be of much value to anyone. This is a super specific application which the likelihood of...
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  • What is Weight of EcoHitch for 2018 Tesla Model 3 and Access Hole Cover to Preserver Aerodynamics
  • The weight of the EcoHitch part # 306-X7373 which fits your 2018 Tesla Model 3 is 45 lbs. When not in use you could use the access hole cover part # 306-XA2002 which would totally cover up the hole and would give you same aerodynamics as before the hitch was installed.
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  • Does Installing EcoHitch Trailer Hitch on 2019 Tesla Model 3 Void Any Warranty
  • That is a good question, but installing the EcoHitch Stealth Trailer Hitch Receiver # 306-X7373 on your 2019 Tesla Model 3 will absolutely not void your warranty. The reason for that is you are protected by what is called the Federal Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act, which says if something breaks on your vehicle and you take it in for warranty repair, the dealer must honor your warranty unless whatever you have added to your vehicle or its installation actually caused the problem in question. The...
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