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Ford Announces Brake Pad Replacement Free Of Cost At Its Dealerships
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Expecting free maintenance on a new car purchase is not an irrational thing nowadays. This is achieved through the time frame of warrant and less in certain cases. But Ford customers are in for a surprise because the company is offering more than these deals to one component of its models. The deal is that you add Motorcraft brake pads to your Lincoln, Mercury or Ford models and the company will replace it free as long as you own it. You can get the replacements done at either a Lincoln or Ford dealership and at Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers as well.

 

In an interview to Autoblog Elizabeth Weigandt said that the company will replace the pads free of cost as long as the owner possess it and also explained that the replacement of the motorcraft pads are only for the models starting from the nineties or newer cars. If one wants to use the offer then the owner must always visit the same dealer to get the part free of cost. However there are eligibility conditions applicable to the Ford offer and an owner is not getting them free without meeting them. One of the conditions is that the brake pads must have worn down below three millimeters to warrant a free replacement. 

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