👍 okay…but it could cause issues on an MOT though right? My point was that he should just check all those sorts of things. If I’m buying a car that is only a couple of years old, I would prefer it to be stock and not molested. Also, when I contacted Ford about changing my exhaust, they advised me not to, as it actually could affect the warranty.
Actually, so if I was to fall victim to the dodgy/squeaky valve issue, I wouldn’t be able to get that fixed under warranty?? I know of a couple of people that have had a full exhaust system replaced under warranty, or am I missing something here?!
Don't see that mentioned here
So an exhaust system would be covered if its a manufacturing fault and not caused by improper servicing or use. And crucially in the exemptions...Don't see that mentioned here
Ford Warranty: Coverage and Exclusions Coverage Base Warranty This covers the repair or replacement of any parts found to be defective as a result of a ...www.ford.co.uk
Alas, my point about just having a good look around the car…👍So an exhaust system would be covered if its a manufacturing fault and not caused by improper servicing or use. And crucially in the exemptions...
I suspect that's where any warranty refusals have arisen previously.
- Unauthorised modifications of the vehicle or its components.
Yep. Especially as many dealers are afraid of tuned cars (and they have a proper reason for it) and might not be as understanding about Mountune being the "OK" brand to have with Fords without it destroying the cars value. So if Id have wanted to I could have easily removed all the modifications and sold it as stock as I have all the parts in a box (exhaust, shifter and stock filter box and filter). Thankfully I didnt need to as I got a almost fair price for it when I traded it in even when they wont budge on the prices of "nicer" EV:s here in Finland.Alas, my point about just having a good look around the car…👍