Your Ford battery warranty coverage will differ depending on what kind of battery you have. The length and scope of your coverage change based on which battery is installed in your model, and you’ll want to know what limits apply to your warranty. Learn about your Ford battery warranty and what coverage you get at Kearny Mesa Ford.

Wet Cell Battery Warranty

Standard wet cell batteries are covered by Ford for up to three years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. This includes coverage for replacing your battery, removing corrosion build-up, repairing battery terminals, or charging your load cells. You’ll receive all of this coverage under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, including coverage for the vehicle’s other essential parts.

Hybrid / PHEV Battery Warranty

The Ford Electric Vehicle Component warranty provides battery coverage for electric Ford vehicles, including hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. Under this warranty coverage, your battery, electric plug, and electric drivetrain are covered for up to eight years and 100,000 miles. This ensures that your vehicle’s electric-dependent systems work perfectly on every drive.

EV Battery Warranty

As with hybrid models, the Ford Electric Vehicle Component warranty also covers essential battery service on fully electric models for eight years or 100,000 miles. If you want more comprehensive coverage for your battery and other vital parts, the Ford Protect BaseCare™ EV coverage is perfect for you. It covers battery replacement and repairs alongside other essential parts and systems.

Learn About Ford Battery Warranty Coverage in San Diego, CA

If you’re unsure what your Ford battery warranty covers, our team can get you all the information you need. Contact Kearny Mesa Ford to learn about your battery and what your warranty includes.