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Ford Offers No-Cost Motorcraft Brake Pad Replacement

August 05, 2014

Photo of Motorcraft brake pads courtesy of Ford.
Photo of Motorcraft brake pads courtesy of Ford.

Ford has begun replacing Motorcraft brake pads at no cost on certain commercial vehicles at Ford and Lincoln dealerships, as well as Quick Lane Tire and Auto Centers if the pads have been purchased at a dealership at retail price.

Most commercial vehicles are eligible for the program, which excludes taxis, limousines, postal vehicles, police vehicles, and towing or emergency vehicles. A full set of pads must have been purchased after July 1, and must be replaced at the same dealership where they were purchased.

Motorcraft brake pads that wear down to less than three millimeters will be eligible for the no-cost replacement as long as the customer owns the vehicle. Customers must still pay labor and installation costs for replacing the brakes, as well as the cost of other parts needed to return the brake system to original operating condition.

To qualify for replacement brakes, customers must present their service advisor with their repair order or vehicle identification number.

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  1. 1. Amrendra Kumar Mehta [ August 11, 2014 @ 08:50AM ]

    I am also

  2. 2. Adam Ford [ August 12, 2014 @ 01:18AM ]

    Is this because they are wearing out too quickly, and it is a sop to prevent a major incident? Or am I being too cynical?!?!?

  3. 3. Adam Ford [ August 12, 2014 @ 01:18AM ]

    Is this because they are wearing out too quickly, and it is a sop to prevent a major incident? Or am I being too cynical?!?!?

  4. 4. Adam Ford [ August 12, 2014 @ 01:18AM ]

    Is this because they are wearing out too quickly, and it is a sop to prevent a major incident? Or am I being too cynical?!?!?

 

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