under the 5 year warranty
If the hydraulic lifters are making noise they shouldn't be making, then there's probably more to it, and it's likely a problem which should be covered under such a warranty.
No it is not. If the battery has just worn out because of regular use, it is not covered under warranty. If it is an odd circumstance, then it may be covered under warranty.
Only if the vehicle is covered under warranty.Only if the vehicle is covered under warranty.
I would say YES. But that would be debatable. Ask and see if they cover it. Just for the record I have to say that I have never seen a starter covered by a power train warranty, they really only cover the engine and maybe the transmission if your lucky, the answer will be in the fine print of your agreement.
Depends on the manufacture. It will be covered under the bumper to bumper warranty. It may or may not be covered under the power train warranty. Read your warranty that came with the vehicle or call your dealer.
Yes, It's an internal engine part. Covered under drive-train warranty, if it breaks before warranty expires in new cars
Normally they are not covered. Read the details of the warranty to find out.
Call the dealership and ask them if they are covered under the warranty.
It would have been covered by the 3 year, 36000 mile warranty.
No, But it might be covered under your home warranty.
Call your local dealership.