For car owners, there's no bigger worry than blowing an engine. And there's no greater guarantee than ours. See below for full details.
Change your oil every 4 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, using Castrol oil products. If the maintenance is performed at a location other than CarSense, you must maintain a maintenance log, with receipts, and produce them if asked.
Bring your vehicle to CarSense once a year to check belts, hoses, and fluid levels (for FREE, of course).
CarSense may repair or replace parts with new, re-manufactured or used parts.
CarSense is not responsible for incidental or consequential damages.
Follow the manufacturer's maintenance schedule. Oil filter and air cleaner elements must be replaced and the emission control system maintained according to the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
CarSense Budget Cars do not qualify for Lifetime Engine coverage.
The warranty is not transferable. Vehicles must be registered in the original purchase name at time of claim.
Damage caused by neglect is not covered.
DISCLAIMER: Our guarantee covers internally lubricated engine parts only: piston and rings, cam shafter and bearings, valve lifters, oil pump, push rods, crankshaft and bearings, wrist pins and bushings, distributor drive gear, rocker arms and pivots, cylinder liners or bores, Intake valves and guides, rods and rod bearings, timing gears or sprockets and timing chain. (Timing belts and damage to engine due to broken timing belts excluded.)
PLEASE NOTE: Prior to 12/15/11, customers were required to use Quaker State oil. However, as CarSense no longer offers Quaker State, current customers are required to use Castrol. Customers covered prior to 12/15/11 may continue to service their cars elsewhere with Quaker State, or have the option to switch to Castrol – however, those making the switch MUST remain with Castrol.Switching between Quaker State and Castrol will void the warranty.
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