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I have question on Ford's powertrain warranty. Is the fuel pump part of Ford's 2010 F150 powertrain warranty?

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Power train usually refers to engine/transmission mechanical. I doubt if the fuel pump is covered under anything other than the general vehicle warranty.

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That what I would think too but this is what I found on ford's www.ownerconnection.com

Extended warranty coverage periods are available for certain

vehicle parts and conditions. Specifically,

(1) Your vehicle’s Powertrain components are covered for five years or

60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The extended coverage applies to

the Engine: all internal lubricated parts, cylinder block, cylinder heads,

electrical fuel pump, electronic engine control unit, engine mounts,

flywheel, injection pump, manifold (exhaust and intake), manifold bolts,

oil pan, oil pump, seals and gaskets, thermostat, thermostat housing,

timing chain cover, timing chain (gears or belt),

turbocharger/supercharger unit, valve covers, water pump;

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Fuel pump is NOT covered by your power train warranty. It's part of your fuel system. Extended Services Contracts (better known as extended warranties) may cover it if you purchased the right plan and its listed like you found. Power train is engine transmission drive axle, and all internal lubricated parts.

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This is right off of Fords HSOforum

Quote:
1) Your vehicle’s Powertrain components are covered for five years or 60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The extended coverage applies to the Engine: all internal lubricated parts, cylinder block, cylinder heads, electrical fuel pump, electronic engine control unit, engine mounts, flywheel, injection pump, manifold (exhaust and intake), manifold bolts, oil pan, oil pump, seals and gaskets, thermostat, thermostat housing, timing chain cover, timing chain (gears or belt), turbocharger/supercharger unit, valve covers, water pump; Transmission: all internal parts, clutch cover, seals and gaskets, torque converter, transfer case (including all internal parts), transmission case, transmission mounts; Front-Wheel Drive: axle shafts, bearings (front and rear), center support bearing, drive shafts, final drive housing (including all internal parts), hubs-automatic front locking (four-wheel drive), locking rings (four-wheel drive), seals and gaskets, universal and constant velocity joints; Rear-Wheel Drive: axle shafts, bearings (front and rear), center support bearing, drive axle housing (including all internal parts), drive shaft, propeller shafts, retainers, supports, seals and gaskets, universal and constant velocity joints.

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Thanks Guys

It ended not being the fuel pump. Instead it is the fuel pump control module which bites because they tell me that is not under warranty.

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Well a fpdm is fairly cheap, if you look online, you can find them for under $60, and they are also very easy to replace, and wouldnt take more then 15 minutes for an average skilled car owner.

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Power train usually refers to engine/transmission mechanical. I doubt if the fuel pump is covered under anything other than the general vehicle warranty.

Ford's 100,000 mile Power train "Extended" warranty at one time did not cover fuel delivery (The ESP which is purchased separately) and only covered engine/transmission mechanical and some electronics.

In Airjer's defense the OP did not specify the exact perimeters of the warranty and after 14 years of selling and servicing Power train warranty's (with out verifying coverage) my answer would most likely be what Airjer said and to have the part number of the pump ran against said warranty would be the only way to verify coverage.

More of an automotive CYA and it's much easier to explain that a part is covered after the fact than telling a customer you made a mistake and it is not covered. wink Traditionally a power train extended warranty will not cover fuel delivery components. smile

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Just thought I would add to this about Ford Factory Powertrain Coverages.

Like stated the one which comes with the truck as part of the sale at no extra cost covers fuel pumps:

Quote:
Extended warranty coverage periods are available for certain

vehicle parts and conditions.

Specifically,

(1) Your vehicle’s Powertrain components are covered for five years or

60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The extended coverage applies to

the Engine: all internal lubricated parts, cylinder block, cylinder heads, electrical fuel pump, electronic engine control unit, engine mounts, flywheel, injection pump, manifold (exhaust and intake), manifold bolts, oil pan, oil pump, seals and gaskets, thermostat, thermostat housing, timing chain cover, timing chain (gears or belt),

turbocharger/supercharger unit, valve covers, water pump;

Reference from Ford Motor Craft 2010 Warranty Service Guide: Click Here

When it comes to the Ford ESP Plan PowertrainCARE, which forever used to be 7 years/100,000 miles but recently became 7 years

or 125,000 miles, coverage is as follows:

Quote:
Engine Covered components:

All Internal Lubricated Parts

Cylinder Block

Cylinder Heads

Flywheel

Manifold (Exhaust and Intake)

Manifold and Bolts

Oil Pan

Oil Pump

Seals and Gaskets

Thermostat

Thermostat Housing

Timing Chain Cover

Timing Chain (Gears or Belt)

Turbocharger/Supercharger Unit (Factory Installed)

Valve Covers

Water Pump

Transmission Covered components:

All Internal Parts

Seals and Gaskets

Torque Converter

Transfer Case (Including All Internal Parts)

Transmission Case

Rear-Wheel Drive Covered components:

Axle Shafts

Bearings (Front and Rear)

Drive Axle Housing (And Front Axle Housing for 4x4) Including All Internal Parts

Driveshaft

Retainers

Seals and Gaskets

Universal and Constant Velocity Joints

Front-Wheel Drive Covered components:

Axle Shafts

Bearings (Front and Rear)

Final Drive Housing (And Rear Axle Housing for AWD) Including All Internal Parts

Hubs, Automatic Front Locking (Four-Wheel Drive)

Locking Rings (Four Wheel Drive)

Seals and Gaskets

Universal and Constant Velocity Joints

Reference From Ford: Click Here

"Traditionally" what is listed under the PowertrainCare ESP plan is what a power train warranty would cover.

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