No one knows your Ford like Ford engineers. And they know that if you fix your Ford with anything other than original Ford Collision parts, it’s not your Ford anymore. Learn how to get the right parts (and avoid the wrong ones).
Keep your Ford a Ford.
Get the Right parts, Repairs and Insurance.
You chose your Ford for a lot of different reasons—safety, performance and appearance, to name a few. But if you ever have parts that need replacing, make sure you use Ford Collision parts if you want your Ford to protect, perform and look the way our engineers originally intended.
Every Part Has to Work Together.
Your Ford comes with highly advanced crash-avoidance and safety systems that rely on series of parts to work together. Seamlessly. That's why it's critical to make repairs with original Ford Collision replacement parts. They perform the way our engineers intended. Period.
Not All Replacement Parts Are Created Equal:
- Ford Collision parts are specifically engineered to offer the safety and reliability of an original Ford part
- Ford Collision parts are readily available at thousands of Ford and Lincoln Dealerships, ensuring fast delivery times
- Using Ford Collision parts is critical to your vehicle's long-term performance and your peace of mind
- The use of new aftermarket, salvaged or reconditioned parts may decrease resale value because of potentially poor quality, fit, finish and appearance
- When Ford original equipment collision replacement parts are installed using factory-recommended materials and procedures by expert Ford technicians, they deliver the same structural performance characteristics as the original parts
You Have the Right to Get the Right Parts.
As a Ford owner, you can demand that your vehicle is repaired with only new, original Ford Collision parts. So ask for them. Take these steps to make sure you get the right parts and repairs for your Ford.
Learn How to Get the Right Parts:
- Choose the right insurance company and policy. Many people begin their auto insurance policy search by looking for the least expensive policy they can buy, which could mean repairs are made with low-cost (and low-quality) aftermarket, salvaged or reconditioned parts.
- Take the right steps after an accident. Call your insurance company to start your claims process, remind them of your right to the right parts, and insist that any repairs be made with Ford Collision parts.
- Choose the right body shop. Choose the shop you feel most comfortable dealing with during the repair process. Finding the right technician is just as important as getting the right parts. Start with the Ford National Body Shop Network, a list of dealerships and independent body shops that Ford has recognized to perform the right repairs for your Ford.
Find Out More.
Get help nagivating through the collision repair process. Check out collision.ford.com, where you’ll find helpful tips, advice, and information.