How to Check My Ford Warrantyby Alex Zang
You're provided with a bumper-to-bumper warranty when you purchase a Ford vehicle. The warranty is one of the most comprehensive you can get and will cover almost anything. Some notable things excluded include rust, tires, and brake pads. Any damage from a car accident also is not covered. If you don't have a copy of your warranty, contact a Ford dealer to get one.
Go to the Ford website located in the resource section. You can use the website to locate a dealer near to assist with a warranty.
Type your zip code into the box on the upper-left hand side. You also should enter your city and state.
Click "Search." The website will now look for dealers close to you.
Call the nearby Ford dealership. Give them your car's VIN, make and model. They will tell you any relevant warranty information.
Things You'll Need
- VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
Alex Zang has been freelance writing since 2004, specializing in sports and technology. His work has appeared in "The Calgary Herald" and "Western Canadian Condos & Resorts," as well as online. Zang studied film production and screenwriting at Mount Royal College.