When I worked for GM, we'd put whatever the customer wanted in um. IF the vehicle was still under warranty, we'd do the job free, just not warranty the aftermarket parts. All GM needed (at least in those days) was a failed GM part, which we always turned it. Done all kinda stuff that way. From Corvette regears to big block crate engines in Camaros. what mattered was as long as the part being upgraded FAILED, that's all that counted. GM would approve X amount of labor under warranty. It was up to us how to apply that labor. If the upgrade was close or the same in labor hours, the service manager simply wrote off on the upgrade, covering labor for free but noting on the paperwork that aftermarket (even GM Performance Parts) were used, and no warranty was available on that repair. Now, any warranty such as those aftermarket parts was still good through whatever manufacturer, the labor to repair it again was not covered. I've always wondered why dealers make such a simple thing a pain in the ass. It's not that difficult.
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