Not sure whether to choose the Drivetrain Warranty and the Powertrain Warranty? Nancy exposes the “difference” between the two warranties and how that affects you and your vehicle!
Don’t let this happen to you. You buy a warranty for your vehicle. Costs you a lot of money, and when you go to use it, you find that the repair isn’t even covered.
Hi, I’m Nancy at Kneble’s Auto Service Center. After-market warranties, they can be expensive, so make sure you know what’s covered. For instance, what’s the difference between a drive train warranty or a power train warranty? Dive train, that’s defined as parts that provide power to the wheels such as your transmission, whether it’s manual or automatic, your axles, your differential, your clutch, and flywheel if they apply, your drive shaft and your torque converter.
Now, a power train is defined as every component that makes the vehicle move from the engine to the wheels. The engine, drive shaft, differential, transmission, transfer case with four wheels or all-wheel drive. But I found out in this industry drive train and power train warranties cover the same components. They use two different words while covering those same parts.
Ask questions. Make sure you understand your purchase and know what you the customer is responsible for. Thank you for watching.