The Ford Maintenance Protection Plan makes it easy to follow Ford’s recommended maintenance schedule. What does the Ford Maintenance Protection Plan cover?

Scheduled Maintenance

Covers all required scheduled maintenance, as outlined in your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual, up to the maximum visits specified in your plan.

  • Change engine oil and replace oil filter
  • Inspect and rotate tires
  • Inspect brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake lines and parking braking system
  • If equipped, inspect and lubricate 4×4 front axle shaft u-joints
  • If equipped, lubricate 4×4 front hub needle bearings
  • 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
  • If equipped, lubricate 4×2 front wheel bearings, replace grease seals and adjust bearings
  • Replace fuel filter
  • Replace engine air filter
  • Change engine coolant
  • Replace PCV valve
  • If equipped, change transfer case fluid
  • If equipped, fill diesel exhaust fluid

8 Wear Items

Coverage of the following wear items when required due to normal wear or defect:

  • Brake pads and linings
  • Brake rotors
  • Shock absorbers
  • Spark plugs
  • Wiper blades
  • Engine belts, coolant hoses/clamps/hose seals
  • Light bulbs (excludes LED/HID lamps and headlamps, unless PremiumCare Plus! is purcharsed)

Multi-Point Inspection

At each service visit, our trained Technicians will perform the following services:

  • Transmission (if equipped with a dipstick)
  • Brake reservoir
  • Power steering
  • Coolant recovery reservoir
  • Window washer
  • Diesel exhaust fluid (if necessary)
  • Oil and fluid leaks
  • Operation of horn, interior lights, exterior lamps, turn signals, and hazard and brake lights
  • Windshield washer spray, wiper operation and wiper blades
  • Windshield for cracks, chips and pitting
  • Radiator, heater and air conditioning lines for leaks and damage
  • Engine air filter
  • Exhaust system (leaks, damage, loose parts)
  • Steering and steering linkages
  • Shocks/struts and other suspension components for leaks and/or damage
  • Accessory drive belt(s)
  • Clutch operation (if equipped)
  • Tires for wear and proper air pressure