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I am about to purchase a 2018 GT350 with 2500 miles. And then I got to wondering if the previous owner took the valve covers off and repainted them, would this cause warranty problems? With all I have been reading about oil problems in these engines, I don't want to all of a sudden have an oil problem and have Ford come back and tell me "Sorry" Warranty is not good because the valve covers removed for painting. Will visit my Ford dealer tomorrow and get their input. Don't want to call the purchase off but if it will affect the warranty, I can't do it.
Hello, all! Right before my 3-year/36,000-mile warranty ran out on my GT500 (original purchase date was 12/31/2006), I purchased a genuine Ford ESP extended warranty (PremiumCARE (highest coverage), 7 years, 100,000 miles, $200 deductible) for $1,095 from Lombard Ford (www.lombardfordwarrantys.com). While this didn't cover my transmission TSB (that was replaced during the original factory warranty), I had several other major problems, most recently an inability to fuel the vehicle that required 4 repairs and $2,800 in parts and labor...which cost me exactly $200. So it was well worth it, to me. I received a call from Lombard Ford back in December informing me that they offered additional ESP coverage for used vehicles, and if the vehicle has an existing ESP warranty in place, they waive the inspection requirement and fee. So I went ahead and purchased another PremiumCARE extended warranty for 5 years, 48,000 miles, and $200 deductible for $1,470. It covers everything that my previous ESP covered - which is basically everything except wear items. I've tried other dealers that have good online prices for warranties, but only Lombard Ford offers the Used ESP that I've found. So for those of you that haven't (heavily) modded their 2007 GT500s, and are looking to keep that peace of mind until 2018, look no further!
I have a 2008 Shelby GT & am considering getting a different hood. With it's dimensions in mind, is there an easy way to find other hood styles with the same dimensions that would easily fit? In my optimistic mind I'm hoping there's a website feature out there where you plug in the make/model/year of your car & it spits out options for you, but that's got to be fantasy (not to mention lazy). I know nothing about the process, whether these have to be custom made or not, whether a different hood usually or always requires new front fascia, etc. Any info, advice, experience appreciated. I realize that anything can be custom made, but at least initially I want to see what I can get done sooner. And does anyone happen to know if replacing the hood cancels their extended warranty? I haven't checked mine yet. Thanks.