What Makes the Ford Mustang's Warranty Void?

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Mary Caldwell
Mary CaldwellAuto Insurance Manager

Posted on Feb 23, 2023

There are a few things that can void the warranty on a Ford Mustang. Making unauthorized modifications to the car, using the car for racing or other competitive events, and failing to properly maintain the car are all things that can cause the warranty to be voided. If you are experiencing problems with your Mustang, it's important to check to see if any of these things are the cause, as they could prevent you from getting the repairs you need covered under the warranty.

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