Three Month Warranty

LIMITED STANDARD and/or CLUTCHES and/or OTHER WORK.


Install Dr.Trans with confidence. Dr.Trans is the Warrantor. The work performed on your work order work described on your work order and not including any other materials or labor or any other components or parts of the vehicle, is warranted to the buyer against failure by defects in workmanship and material for three months by the warrantor. If later repairs on parts or labor purchased is necessary within the time and distance specified and the terms of the warranty, then it will be provide without charge to the buyer of this warranty at the warrantor's shop.

(WARRANTY WORK CAN ONLY BEGIN AFTER VEHICLE, THE WARRANTY, AND THE ORIGINAL REPAIR ORDER ARE PRESENTED TO THE WARRANTOR.)


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF LIMITED WARRANTY:

The following are the terms and conditions of the limited Warranty for corrective services performed on standard transmissions and/or clutches and other work than automatic transmissions.

WARRANTY TERMS
:

(1) This warranty covers parts, labor and the cost of replacing transmission fluid only. The warranty is only extended to the customer named on the warranty. It does NOT cover such things as towing, loss of use, loss of earnings, personal injury damages, per diem expenses, auto rental, nor any other consequential or incidental damages. Warrantors obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing or repairing defective parts and correcting defectively furnished labor necessary to accomplish this repair or replacement.

(2) Transmission or clutch failure can sometimes occur, for reasons unrelated to the work performed by the Warrantor. For example, parts related to, but not part of the transmission, can fail after the transmission work has been completed, and may adversely affect the transmission, converter or seals. The Warrantor cannot predict these events and therefore is not responsible for them. Examples of such parts include, but are not necessarily limited to levers, controls, linkage, rubber mounts, external oil lines, sensors, external linkage and flywheels, electrical components, computers, computers controls, cooling systems, universal and CV joints.

(HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE -- INSTRUCTIONS

Always take the vehicle back to the original warrantor. This must be done at your own expense; the warrantor shop is not responsible for towing, shipping or any other expense that might be incurred in transporting the vehicle to the warrantors shop