What is not covered by the Ford Warranty?
Damage resulting when some conditions occur including:
- Accidents, collisions, or objects striking the vehicle
- Theft, vandalism, or riot
- Fire or explosion
- Using contaminated or improper fuel/fluids
- Driving through water deep enough to cause water to be ingested into the engine
- Improper maintenance
Damage caused by use and/or the environment including:
- Stone chips, scratches
- Dings, dents
- Road salt, tree sap
- Lightning, hail, windstorm
- Freezing, water, or flood
Damage caused by alteration or modification including:
- Alterations or modifications of the vehicle
- Tampering with the vehicle
- Installation or use of non-Ford parts or softwares such as oversized tires, alarm systems, automatic starting systems
Maintenance and wear items including:
- Oil changes
- Oils, lubricants, other fluids
- Engine tune-up
- Tire rotation/inflation
These lists are provided as a reference and do not cover all situations. Refer to your Warranty Guide or consult your Ford Dealer for additional information.
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