Find Out How To Claim Your Ford Warranty Fast With DoNotPay
With the help of DoNotPay, you will be able to claim your Ford warranty in a matter of minutes!
What Does Ford Warranty Include?
A new Ford car comes with a New Vehicle limited warranty. This warranty lasts for three years or 36,000 miles—whichever comes first. Repairs, replacements, or adjustments due to faulty materials or workmanship are covered by the warranty.
Ford also offers other warranty options and extended coverages, which you can see below:
|Warranty Type||What It Covers||Term|
Powertrain Limited Warranty
Five years/60,000 miles
Diesel Engine Coverage
Five years/100,000 miles
Additional extended coverages include:
- Corrosion warranty
- Safety restraint warranty
- Emissions defect warranty
What Isn’t Included in Ford Warranty?
Ford claims its warranties cover all repairs, but that isn’t completely true. Exceptions from the warranties are:
- Parts and labor needed to maintain a vehicle
- The replacement of parts due to regular wear and tear
How To Claim Ford Warranty With the Help of DoNotPay
Follow these instructions to claim your Ford warranty in the blink of an eye:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Select the Claim Warranty feature
- Click on Car Warranty and choose whether you have an original or extended warranty
- Select Honda as the name of your warranty provider
- Describe your issue
- Click Submit
Our app will now submit the claim on your behalf. It’s that simple and easy. The company should get back to you in regards to your claim.
How Can You Claim Ford Warranty by Yourself?
If you want to contact Ford yourself and claim a warranty, you can do it via phone and in person.
How To Claim Warranty via Phone
You can claim your Ford warranty by calling customer support at (800) 392-3673.
How To Claim Warranty in Person
You can visit a Ford dealership and claim your warranty in person. If you want to find a dealership near you, use the Locate a Dealer option on the Ford website.
These are all of your option for claiming Ford warranty:
|Can You Claim Your Warranty Via||Yes/No|
DoNotPay Can Help You Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
Has Ford denied your warranty claim? That happens often, and it can be very tempting to give up—but that is a waste of your investment. Let DoNotPay help you file an appeal for your rejected warranty! Follow these simple steps:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Choose the Claim Warranty feature
- Select Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
- Choose whether you’re appealing against a claim denied by an extended warranty provider or a product manufacturer
- Write down the information and details about the company and the original warranty claim
Our app will submit your claim, and the company will get back to you. This is all you have to do to get your denied warranty claim submitted. If you have trouble with a dealer who refuses to cancel the extended warranty, you can also use DoNotPay to solve your problem.
Solve Any Administrative Issue With the Help of DoNotPay
Do you need help with other car-related or administrative issues? We can help you claim Ford CPO warranty, Ford Focus transmission warranty, Ford extended warranty, and even receive an extended warranty refund from the company.
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