RV ROAMER (GARY)
Wish it was that easy. My attorney said the "Act" has two provisions and as an example said Toyota CAN NOT say in there warranty paperwork that (PART I) I HAVE to use OEM oil filters and (PART II) MUST have all work done during the warranty period at a Toyota dealership. The act DOES NOT cover the addition of aftermarket items that were NOT part of the vehicle at date of purchase.
But there is another solution. I just received a quote package from Good Sam concerning their CSP warranty program that covers the coach (Winnebago part) and chassis/engine/tranmsisson, etc (Ford) for (4) years for $1,300. That seems reasonable, BUT I am going to check with the correct forums on this site to get a feel of what people feel about this Good Sam program. As my Tacoma has a 7 yr/70,000 warranty, I checked their website(Godd Sam) and they have a CSP program for my toad that would cover my Tacoma tranny, engine, transfer case and drive shaft. Haven't called them but if a $140,000 coach is $1,300 for (4) years then hopefully a $26,000 Tacoma will be about 1/5 or $250-$400 for (4) years. IF its in that range, THEN I will install a REMCO lube pump for the planetary gear in the REAR of the transmission as that will still need to be lubed as I would NOW be towing engine OFF, all (4) down with a decoupler. IF I need any tranny work during the 7/70,000 period I would use Good Sam CSP for truck tranny work and everything else will be on Toyota warranty.
Thats my only other option other than what I previously stated.