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I'm confused what the 10 year 100,000 mile Battery/hybrid warranty covers. Is it just the battery? If it covers hybrid, does that include the transmission where the motors are and what about other parts like inverter or?
 

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Directly from my 2021 warranty card:

• Auxiliary Hybrid Control Processor (AHCP) • Catalytic Converter • DC to DC Converter • Electric Brake Booster Control Module • Fuel Pump Module • Hybrid Control Processor (HCP) • Inverter Assembly • On-Board Charging Module • Power Pack Unit – Battery Pack Control Module • Powertrain Control Module (PCM) • Steel Fuel Tank Assembly • Transmission Control Module (TCM)

Transmission seems to be covered under powertrain for 5 years, but I'm sure depending on the issue, it might get covered.
 

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Pretty much any component that touches the 400v wires is going to be covered, and any additional parts that are directly required for said system to function.
 

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Pretty much any component that touches the 400v wires is going to be covered, and any additional parts that are directly required for said system to function.
Sort of.

It gets a little iffy at the interface between the Electric system and the engine.

IIRC someone on here had a service hybrid system alert, and the error was some sensor between the hybrid system and the engine, but it was declared to fall under the powertrain warranty which was expired, so they had to pay $450 for it.


Mostly why I just spent the $1600 for the full 8/100k MOPAR warranty just to make sure everything is covered. I'll get rid of the vehicle after 8 years. Given the discounts I got, that'll be $4k / year for a working vehicle not including whatever the vehicle is worth at resale.
 
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