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Ford Extends Parts Warranty

January 17, 2014

Ford Motor Company has launched a new warranty on Genuine Ford and Motorcraft service parts that doubles the time and extends a vehicle's covered mileage.

The new warranty provides unlimited mileage coverage for 24 months from time of purchase or installation. The previous warranty ended the coverage at 12,000 miles.

Ford will also now reimburse fleets and independent repair facilities up to $150 in labor coverage. Ford continues a No Commercial Exceptions policy as a commitment to fleet customers. 

The new Service Parts Warranty (SPW) applies to all Motorcraft and Genuine Ford parts sold to customers or installed on a customer-paid repair, effective Oct. 1, 2013.

Now SPW labor for parts sold over the counter is reimbursable to requesting fleets and installers at limit of $150 per repair. Previously, they had no labor prevision on replacement parts bought over the counter.

A greater SPW coverage remains unchanged on parts with unique warranty coverage including sheet metal, gas engine and transmission assemblies, diesel engine assemblies, and more. 

View a full warranty summary here

Check out a video all about the new Motorcraft warranty below: 

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  1. 1. Dan Luttrell , Indiana [ January 22, 2014 @ 01:01PM ]

    Very much appreciated !!! Especially fleet service shops when we have several of the same year models with the same issues.

  2. 2. Gamboas [ March 31, 2014 @ 07:02PM ]

    We Motor Part Company has launched a new inventory on Genuine Ford and Motorcraft service parts that can be ship at your desire destination for any Ford Car, Truck and Van. Visit us @


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