Buy a genuine one from your local Ford dealer and keep the receipt. I
would also buy their oil.
Your car is still in warranty and you do not want to use non-gen parts
or you risk invalidating the warranty.
They should be a reasonable price anyway.
exactly, contary to belief you can have your car serviced still in warranty
using suitable parts not necessarily genuine parts & using an independent
garage & not invalidate the warranty, we have done & do do this to vehicles
that carry a dealers warranty.
I agree with you on that, in fact most of our service items come as genuine,
ford trade parts, Vauxhall trade club ect ect, with discounts ect its
amazing how much you can pick up genuine service items for.
the Vauxhall trade club stuff is actually sold at less than cost and a
refund is claimed from Vauxhall, according to my local vx dealer
I fit genuine when available, it is usually very close to pattern stuff cost
anyway. Problem is that main dealers don't always have the bits I need in
stock, and as I don't like to keep cars overnight unless I really have to, I
am sometimes forced to put pattern stuff on.
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