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Reported. Everyone knows Ford extended the warranty on 2005 fuel injectors for 10 years/120000 miles. Go troll somewhere else
How and where can I get this information, I'm having issues and have been told its the injectors by two different garages.
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How and where can I get this information, I'm having issues and have been told its the injectors by two different garages.
Go to www.etis.ford.com. click on vehicle and enter your VIN. It will tell you whether you are covered by an extended warranty.

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Go to www.etis.ford.com. click on vehicle and enter your VIN. It will tell you whether you are covered by an extended warranty.

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Thanks! I actually called Ford's customer service line and they helped me out, I was completely surprised, no side stepping gave me the Warranty name and number and set my appoint for Monday. Will see how it goes Monday at the dealership.
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