Does the Ford Warranty Become Worthless if You Change Your Own Oil?

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Christine Anderson
Christine AndersonLicensed Car Insurance Consultant

Posted on Feb 18, 2023

Changing your own oil will not void your Ford warranty. Ford Motor Company has a longstanding policy of honoring warranties on vehicles that have had their oil changed by the owner or another qualified person. This policy is in place to ensure that customers have access to quality service and repairs, regardless of where they have their oil changed. If you have any questions or concerns about your Ford warranty, please contact your local dealership.

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