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FORD COLLISION PARTS

Keep Your Ford a Ford

No one wants to get in a collision. But in case the unlikely happens, Ford does more than just getting you back on the road. We use original, stringently-engineered Ford Collision Parts to ensure your Ford vehicle performs exactly how it should.

FORD COLLISION PARTS

Keep Your Ford a Ford

No one wants to get in a collision. But in case the unlikely happens, Ford does more than just getting you back on the road. We use original, stringently-engineered Ford Collision Parts to ensure your Ford vehicle performs exactly how it should.

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The Right Parts

The right parts are critical to your vehicle’s long-term performance and your peace of mind. 

The Right Parts

The right parts are critical to your vehicle’s long-term performance and your peace of mind. 

The Right Shop

You have choices when it comes to collision repair.

• Your insurer can’t force you to visit a specific body shop.

• You have the right to choose new Ford OEM parts.

• You don’t have to release your vehicle to a body shop before you’re ready.

• You should review your estimates and agree to the parts and work listed before beginning repairs.

• Choose a Ford Dealer Body Shop in your area with technicians who are trained, certified and qualified to work on your Ford vehicle.

The Right Shop

You have choices when it comes to collision repair.

  •  Your insurer can’t force you to visit a specific body shop.
  •  You have the right to choose new Ford OEM parts.
  •  You don’t have to release your vehicle to a body shop before you’re ready.
  • You should review your estimates and agree to the parts and work listed before beginning repairs.
  •  Choose a Ford Dealer Body Shop in your area with technicians who are trained, certified and qualified to work on your Ford vehicle.
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The Right Insurance 

It’s your insurer’s job to keep costs down. So when aftermarket, salvage or remanufactured parts are available, they may tell the body shop to use these cheaper parts instead of new Ford Original Collision parts. But aftermarket or damaged parts can cause issues with fit, finish, quality and durability. In fact, repair-related issues are a leading reason why nearly half of all vehicles are disposed of after an accident.
If your current insurer doesn’t offer OEM parts coverage or doesn’t reroute you to a Ford dealer for collision repair, shop around and you may be able to find another insurer that does. 

The Right Insurance 

It’s your insurer’s job to keep costs down. So when aftermarket, salvage or remanufactured parts are available, they may tell the body shop to use these cheaper parts instead of new Ford Original Collision parts. But aftermarket or damaged parts can cause issues with fit, finish, quality and durability. In fact, repair-related issues are a leading reason why nearly half of all vehicles are disposed of after an accident.
If your current insurer doesn’t offer OEM parts coverage or doesn’t reroute you to a Ford dealer for collision repair, shop around and you may be able to find another insurer that does. 

Not All Collision Parts Are Created Equal

When you use Original Ford Collision Parts, you can be sure they fit your vehicle perfectly and provide long-lasting reliability. 

Not All Collision Parts Are Created Equal

When you use Original Ford Collision Parts, you can be sure they fit your vehicle perfectly and provide long-lasting reliability. 

  • Wheels

    Wheels

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    • Every new part goes through rigorous testing to meet the highest governmental safety standards before being placed in a Ford Motor Company vehicle. These parts are tested independently. They are tested to work with the vehicle as a system, something that the aftermarket neither does nor has the means to do.

    • “Fixing” wheel rims may leave the metal weakened, which can cause further damage to the wheel or tire, and can even lead to an accident.

    • Your wheels bear the weight of your vehicle, so if they are cracked or bent, any stress from driving can damage them even more.

    • Every new part goes through rigorous testing to meet the highest governmental safety standards before being placed in a Ford Motor Company vehicle. These parts are tested independently. They are tested to work with the vehicle as a system, something that the aftermarket neither does nor has the means to do.

    • “Fixing” wheel rims may leave the metal weakened, which can cause further damage to the wheel or tire, and can even lead to an accident.

    • Your wheels bear the weight of your vehicle, so if they are cracked or bent, any stress from driving can damage them even more.

  • Windshields

    Windshields

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    • Your windshield is a structural component of your vehicle. It must fit perfectly to perform and protect the way Ford engineers designed it to.

    • Aftermarket windshields aren’t built and tested to fit or work as a system like OEM parts. Only Ford OEM windshields are built to perfectly fit your Ford vehicle.

    • Chips or cracks can compromise windshield strength, which can affect how your vehicle protects you and your passengers in a collision.

    • Your windshield is a structural component of your vehicle. It must fit perfectly to perform and protect the way Ford engineers designed it to.

    • Aftermarket windshields aren’t built and tested to fit or work as a system like OEM parts. Only Ford OEM windshields are built to perfectly fit your Ford vehicle.

    • Chips or cracks can compromise windshield strength, which can affect how your vehicle protects you and your passengers in a collision.

  • Sheet Metal 

    Sheet Metal 

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    • Damage to sheet metal is more than just cosmetic. Sheet metal protects the highly advanced parts and systems in your doors, roof, bumpers and more.

    • A reputable Collision Shop will inspect sheet metal damage to ensure it’s nothing more than a dent that can be bumped out.

    • Newer model vehicles use high-strength sheet metals, such as military-grade aluminum. Unlike Ford, aftermarket suppliers aren’t equipped to replicate this metal.

    • Damage to sheet metal is more than just cosmetic. Sheet metal protects the highly advanced parts and systems in your doors, roof, bumpers and more.

    • A reputable Collision Shop will inspect sheet metal damage to ensure it’s nothing more than a dent that can be bumped out.

    • Newer model vehicles use high-strength sheet metals, such as military-grade aluminum. Unlike Ford, aftermarket suppliers aren’t equipped to replicate this metal.

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