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Had the number of the best place to get one but lost it- was about $2k.
Any one have a lead.
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Look up Flood Ford online. They are the cheapest ones that everyone has used.
 
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Flood Ford ESP is one of the lowest if not the lowest. They were the lowest when I got my first one on my 14', a 7 year plan and they sold me a very reasonable additional 3 years earlier this year before the old one expired. I also got one from them for a new F250 I bought this year. Gardiner Reynolds was overseeing management of it, but you can get your prices and buy it at their website.

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I bought my ESP from Anderson & Koch Ford. They slightly beat Flood Fords price.
 

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How many miles are you going to drive your car? My 07 has 17,000 miles so it made no sense to be to buy a ESP. Also be careful and reat the coverage carefully. I had a ESP on my 12 Taurus SHO and it didnt cover trim or a number of other things. The list may look like it covers a lot but in reality the stuff it covers tends to not brake. Also it starts from the day you buy the car NOT the day your B to B runs out.So you are paying for 3 years that you will not use. so a 5 year plan only covers you for 2 years
 
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How many miles are you going to drive your car? My 07 has 17,000 miles so it made no sense to be to buy a ESP. Also be careful and reat the coverage carefully. I had a ESP on my 12 Taurus SHO and it didnt cover trim or a number of other things. The list may look like it covers a lot but in reality the stuff it covers tends to not brake. Also it starts from the day you buy the car NOT the day your B to B runs out.So you are paying for 3 years that you will not use. so a 5 year plan only covers you for 2 years
On my `13, I had the 8 year, 36K Ford ESP. I drove it 12K in those 8 years.
On my `20, I also purchased the 8 year, 36K Ford ESP Premium Plan. My thinking is, if I have a DCT failure alone, the cost of the ESP would be negligible compared to the repair/replacement of a trans.

To the best of my knowledge, any Ford that is beyond the 3-36 factory warranty, is not eligible for the factory Ford ESP. You will need to look elsewhere for a warranty on an `07. ( if one is available)
I believe the factory powertrain warranty is 5 years 60K and and emissions is probably the same.
There are 4 basic Ford ESP plans. You'll have to compare them to see which one best suits your needs on new Ford.
 
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