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Old 4/11/17, 12:32 PM
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Just got it! My Mustang GT Roush Supercharged & I love it! Question Though.

Just got it and i love it! I'm taking everyone advice and driving with care.

My question is about Fords Maintenance plan. Now i understand a lot of you guys may go against it but i'm not a gear head so it MAY be worth it for me.

I got quoted 810 bucks that will cover me up to 2023 under 10k Miles/year.

This is what it covers: Just asking for some inputs and advice. I am not a gear head and i don't plan on doing it myself.

Scheduled Maintenance

The following services are representative of required maintenance for your vehicle. Your actual plan will be based on your vehicle’s maintenance needs as indicated in your Owner’s Scheduled Maintenance Guide:

Change engine oil and replace oil filter
Inspect and rotate tires
Inspect brake pads/ shoes/ rotors/ drums, brake lines and parking brake system
Inspect wheel ends for end play and noise
Inspect and lubricate steering linkage, ball joints, suspension and, if equipped, halfshafts, driveshafts and u-joints
Change transmission fluid
Replace fuel filter
Replace engine air filter
Change engine coolant
Replace PCV valve
If equipped, change transfer case fluid
If equipped, inspect and lubricate 4x4 front axle shaft u-joints
If equipped, lubricate 4x4 front hub needle bearings
If equipped, lubricate 4x2 front wheel bearings, replace grease seals and adjust bearings
If equipped, fill diesel exhaust fluid
Coverage Includes

Premium Maintenance from Ford Protect covers routine inspections, preventive care and replacement of normal “wear and tear” items that require periodic attention, including:

Engine oil and filter changes
Multi-point inspections
Tire rotations
Brake pads and linings
Shock absorbers/struts
Spark plugs
Clutch discs
Engine belts
Engine coolant hoses, clamps and o-ring seals
Wiper blades
Diesel exhaust fluid fill at the time scheduled maintenance is performed at dealership
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If you don't do your own work and like the dealer, I think you are making a good decision.
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If you don't do your own work and like the dealer, I think you are making a good decision.
^^This.
Depends on how close you are with your dealership and how well you like their tech service. If they have a good track record with your vehicles, then go for it.
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OH!!
And we want photos of that new Mustang!!
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And we want photos of that new Mustang!!
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