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Old 06-28-2012, 06:13 PM
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2008 F350 Warrenty ?

I bought a used 2008 F350 with 87000 miles from Horne Ford of Nogales. Well everything seemed fine when I drove it off the lot and now a few months later my power mirrors dont fold and sometimes my tow haul button doesn't work. Well when I bought the truck I also bought a extended 3 year 36000 mile warrenty but can't find the paper work. Does the extended warrenty cover electrical problems. Are warrenties differant from each ford dealer.
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:28 PM
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Warranty's are very different from each other. You should be able to get a copy from the company you are making the payments to, or who you made the single payment too.
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Old 06-29-2012, 03:59 AM
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I hope you bought a Ford ESP and not an aftermarket third party policy. The only warranty Ford recognizes and honors is the ESP. If you purchased the ESP you can Google Lombard Ford ESP and I believe there is an area you can input your vin to see your coverage. BTW, Lombard Ford is GREAT to deal with, purchased an ESP on my brand new 06 F350 for half what the dealer wanted and when I sold it he promptly refunded most of the purchase price no questions asked!!!! Best of luck and hope you get it fixed.
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I bought a 3rd party ESP for 3yrs/36,000 miles also but you have to get the electrical coverage as an upgrade to the policy.
Good luck with it.
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+1 for Lombard Ford. Bought a premium care plan for my 04 mustang mach1 back in 07 and just purchased a premium care plan for my 05 f250 last week. Best prices around, even better than my dealers "rock-bottom" price that was supposed to be given to me for cost according to the deal we worked out on my truck. Anyway, it was about $150 cheaper than the dealer and even let me decide on deductibles. Get the premium care and get the lowest possible deductible, the total prices aren't that far off between the deductibles and the warranty will pay for itself trust me.
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I hope you bought a Ford ESP and not an aftermarket third party policy. The only warranty Ford recognizes and honors is the ESP. If you purchased the ESP you can Google Lombard Ford ESP and I believe there is an area you can input your vin to see your coverage. BTW, Lombard Ford is GREAT to deal with, purchased an ESP on my brand new 06 F350 for half what the dealer wanted and when I sold it he promptly refunded most of the purchase price no questions asked!!!! Best of luck and hope you get it fixed.
Did the esp get voided after mods?
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