Omnicraft Aftermarket Parts Now Available at FordParts.com

Omnicraft Aftermarket Parts Now Available at FordParts.com

The addition of Omnicraft parts, which are designed for non-Ford and non-Lincoln repairs, is the latest enhancement to FordParts.com.

Ford Motor Co.’s lineup of Omnicraft premium aftermarket parts now are available at FordParts.com.

The addition of Omnicraft parts, which are designed for non-Ford and non-Lincoln repairs, is the latest enhancement to FordParts.com. The website relaunched earlier this year with an improved experience for fleet customers, technicians and do-it-yourselfers.

“FordParts.com has become an even better tool for customers since the relaunch this year,” said Lisa Pynn, global e-commerce manager, Ford Customer Service Division. “Now the site offers more choices featuring Omnicraft parts for non-Ford and Lincoln vehicles, which are now searchable by year, make and model.”

Customers will find that FordParts.com helps simplify the parts-ordering process, Ford noted. Users have a site that is specifically designed to make Ford parts, Motorcraft, Ford/Lincoln accessories and now Omnicraft parts available anywhere and at any time – from a computer, mobile phone or tablet.

Fleet customers can upload and save a list of VINs to search, with true VIN filtering from the OEM using specific nicknames chosen by the user. All customers can take advantage of live chat and phone support – with agents available to proactively help them find the right part, track orders and more, Ford noted.

The revamped website features more detailed product descriptions, high-quality images and line-art diagrams, among other improvements.

For qualifying purchases, free shipping is available on orders of $75 or more.

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