My Ford Extended Warranty Needs to Be Transferred.

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Cynthia Medina
Cynthia MedinaPublished Insurance Expert

Posted on Feb 24, 2023

1. Yes, you can transfer your Ford Extended Warranty.

2. To transfer your warranty, you will need to provide the name and contact information of the new owner.

3. The new owner will then need to provide proof of ownership and sign the transfer paperwork.

4. Once the transfer is complete, the new owner will be responsible for maintaining the warranty.

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