My extended warranty expires on 01/16/2018 for my 2010 R/T w/ 36,798 miles. So I made an appointment at the dealership and took it in on 01/10/2018. I told the service writer that I'd like a complete mechanical inspection. About an hour and a half later I get paged to come to the service department (I was outside drooling over the ScatPacks & HellCats). He starts out with the 'good-news, bad-news' routine. Bad news, you'll have to leave your car for a day or two per the technician. The technician found the following problems: #1- both outer tie rods need to be replaced. #2- both upper control arms need to be replaced (which also includes a 4 wheel alignment). Last but not least, the water pump is leaking (I noticed my coolant level was a little lower than normal last week). .. The Good news ... ALL repairs had been approved by FCA and covered under the extended warranty, ALL the parts needed were in stock and I got a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica for a loaner. ... I picked up my car this afternoon and talked with the tech that did the work (mostly to thank him for the awesome service). Besides replacing the suspension parts and water pump, he installed a new thermostat and fresh coolant. So if any of you have an extended warranty, or the new car factory warranty, take the time to have it inspected before the warranty expires. Example: total repair cost was $1,456.50. My cost was the warranty $100.00 deductible.