Three types of Ford electrical switches have recently been branded Motorcraft and are identical to their factory-installed counterparts.
The door lock, seat and window switches have been manufactured with a high-quality design and strict attention to detail – exceeding typical aftermarket part specifications in both function and ease of installation, the company says.
“Motorcraft parts are more than just a value brand,” says Tom Hodges, Ford product marketing manager. “They are designed, manufactured and tested to exacting Ford engineering standards. In fact, most Motorcraft parts are the original equipment, and these electrical switches are a great example of that. They are the latest in Ford’s continuing effort to offer a comprehensive portfolio of Motorcraft maintenance and light repair service parts.”
Motorcraft parts are the only parts that are designed and certified to Ford Motor Co. standards. The parts are tested for a long life and to meet rigorous usage standards, including standards for mechanical shock and electrical overload, tactical feel and operating effort, extreme temperatures and a demanding 10-year, 150,000-mile service life specification for passenger cars and light trucks. The switches also plug into existing fittings with no splicing for easy installation. Vehicle-specific applications help ensure the right assembly for each vehicle, and the parts are designed to meet strict engineering standards for performance and durability.
In addition, the Motorcraft electrical switches are covered under a 24-month, unlimited miles warranty, including all parts and labor.
For more information, visit www.motorcraft.com.
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