Keep your service records!
Just a note to keep your service records and receipts if you're not having your services done by Ford.
I bought my 2007 F150 new and honestly never imagined I'd have to need warranty, I guess I'm naive to think a $40k+ vehicle should last 100k or more without failing. I've owned a few new vehicles over the years and have never had an issue that needed warranty coverage, so I never really thought to keep my receipts. I did get it serviced every 5k at various quick lube shops.
Now at 92k my engine started making some noise. I took it in to the dealer and the first thing he asked was if I had it serviced by Ford. I says nope, he says do you have all your receipts. I says nope, he says Ford has been denying warranty if you don't keep records. Now my truck is in the shop, they want me to authorize $3k worth of repairs to tear it down and see what's wrong. They suspect cam phaser/sensors, which I've read is not uncommon. It kind of pisses me off that an alleged common problem is being denied, but I'm kind of in a corner at this point. I've scraped up a half dozen receipts that show consistency for the last 25k, hopefully that will work in my favour.
It's a shame, and I guess my fault but I've got 2 Ford vehicles in my household, the wife's lease is up in 6 months and I'm due for something new in the next year or so. If they deny me on this, I can tell you how many Fords will be in our household in 6 months....0 and it will be that way for as long as I breathe air. I guess Ford has to make a decision to cover a common problem or lose 2 customers for life. Of course I explained this to my dealer but they say their hands are tied, it's up to Ford Canada warranty dept.
So.....keep your records. It could save you a huge hassle down the road.