Ford Engines for Sale Now Include a 3-Year Parts Warranty at

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Ford engines for sale at now include a 3-year parts warranty. This warranty protection will help cover OEM parts failure or labor issues that could happen during the course of 36 months after customers purchase a rebuilt Ford engine.

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Ford engines for sale are advertised online by many different sellers ranging from small engine dealers to automotive dealerships to junkyards. While Ford engine prices are highly competitive, one element that is often less competitive in the secondary engines industry is a warranty. One company,, is extending its warranty protection higher than the current national average warranty time period. Instead of offering 180-day or 12-month warranties, this rebuilt Ford engine retailer is now offering a 3-year parts and labor warranty on every Ford Motor Company engine sold. This additional protection is designed to help anyone that purchases a remanufactured Ford engine from parts failure or similar issue not detected during an engine rebuild.

According to the Engine Rebuilders Council, a remanufactured engine that is completed by a trained professional usually has a warranty rate of 5 percent or less. Not every engine rebuild is certified by top automotive manufacturers, and strict requirements must be met before engine sellers can use registered trademarks for remanufactured engines branding. Some of the regulations include oil compression tests, ignition tests and mileage certifications to ensure that consumers are well informed about an engine that includes a trademark like Ford, Dodge or Chevy. The industry standard warranty for a rebuilt engine is approximately 1 year or 12,000 miles. The warranty extension by now exceeds this warranty coverage period by 24 months to help cover damage to rebuilt Ford engines for cars and trucks.

Recent news reports have announced that Ford has stepped up its engine manufacturing for timed releases for new car and truck models for the 2012 holiday season. The traditional slow time period for automotive sales is very similar to the retail industry. June and July are among the slowest months and vehicle sales or engine swaps can increase during the months of August and September in time for students going back to college. The remanufactured engines industry can have peaks and valleys in sales growth although recent search trends reports available on Google show no signs of a slowdown. “Our Ford business is strong,” said Mark Myers, Customer Service Specialist for “The addition of our new 3-year warranty is not merely a sales tactic, but it is a long-term solution for protecting our customers,” added Myers


As a seller of Chevy, Ford and Dodge rebuilt engines, has hit a niche market selling rebuilt engines that formerly served as an expensive venture for engine sellers. The time and investment required to rebuild a used engine was labor intensive and results were not quickly realized until after engines were sold. Over 5 years of development went into perfecting a sophisticated engine shop and technologically advanced website that now serves as the lifeblood of this engine retailers business.

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