No, it doesn't. That's illegal. If you powdercoat wheels, they could void warranty on the finish of your wheels I suppose, but when has that ever been someone's problem? Or just run the car till it's out of warranty and then do whatever you want.Just reread, you said aftermarket... so yea usually that's not covered even if the dealer does it unless you use some upgrade specifically sanctioned by the manufacturer.
8/19/14 at 12:59am