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Old 01-08-2014, 11:27 AM
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2010 F250 and Ford ESP advice

I bought my F250 truck new in 2010 so the 3yr/36000 mile warranty is now up. I only put about 5,000 miles on my truck each year but I want to get a Ford ESP just to be safe. Iím not sure on which one to get. I see a Ford PremiumCare policy but also see a Diesel EngineCARE policy as well. The diesel policy looks like it just covers the engine while the premium policy covers a lot more items. They are both priced similar.. Should I pick one over the other? Or do I need both? I donít want to buy the PremiumCare policy, only find out most of my engine is not covered. Suggestions?
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If it were not for my esp premium care warranty it would have cost me $2,800 just for 2 radiators on my 6.4 I also had a alternator and right front hub bearings covered.
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look int aftermarket warranties as they often are cheaper and cover more. plus most of htem cover work to be done by your choice of shops. not just ford shops. I have an ESP now on my 450 and they are not covering the Turbo supply tubes because they say its not a coverd componet. the cost is 2200 to have a 100 part replaced.
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This is where I got mine. Ford Extended Warranty | Genuine Ford ESP | Discounted Pricing
Use the search function. There are several threads about this.
I highly recommend it! They were cheaper than anywhere else.
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If it were not for my esp premium care warranty it would have cost me $2,800 just for 2 radiators on my 6.4 I also had a alternator and right front hub bearings covered.

if you could get a warranty that will replace parts with aftermarket you could try the fully welded aluminum radiators which should last.
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[quote=Mystic_Cobra;13933600]This is where I got mine. Ford Extended Warranty | Genuine Ford ESP | Discounted Pricing
Use the search function. There are several threads about this.
I highly recommend it! They were cheaper than anywhere else.[/quote




I just added the info for a 6/75,000 premium care $50 deductable at this link and it is a good price, but I just bought my ESP 2 months ago from Flood ford for $200 less. This is for a new 13 F 150 The dealer I bought the truck from wanted $2,100 and directly from Ford online was $1,800
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