Ford Certified Collision Repair Shop

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Ford Certified Collision Repair Shop

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Ford is one of the leading vehicle manufacturers in the United States. Over 100 years ago Ford invented the moving assembly line cutting vehicle production from 12 hours to 90 minutes. Today, they are still paving the way with the latest vehicle technology and materials.

Does Certification Matter?

Certification ensures that Airpark Collision Center has the right tools, equipment, and training to repair your Ford to factory standards. Airpark Collision Center’s facility and equipment is inspected each year to maintain the Ford Certified Body Shop status. Our technicians complete Ford specialized repair classes and are sometimes quizzed during the inspection regarding proper repair methods.

A Complete Repair: Long gone are the days when a dent is simply pounded out or a bumper is easily replaced. Upon impact dozens of onboard computers and sensors are shaken and may no longer perform correctly. This may require wiring work and possibly recalibration. In addition, once exterior panels are removed, damage to the radiator, condenser or suspension may become visible. Structural components can also be compromised in an accident. Considering all aspects of repair, it makes sense that advanced vehicles require master technicians and use of the latest tools and equipment.

A complete repair, addresses performance, vehicle safety and aesthetics. With proper technician training, equipment and Ford approved materials Airpark Collision Center has everything needed to return your Ford car, suv or truck back to pre-accident condition!

Why is Ford Collision Repair Different than other Vehicle Brands?

Materials, like aluminum found on the Ford F-150 truck make collision repair unique compared to other brands. Most technicians are used to working with steel, repairing aluminum requires special welding skills. See our blog: Can any Auto Body Shop Repair Aluminum?

Did you Know, Special Software and a Vehicle Diagnostic Scanner are Required to Repair your Ford?

Proper repair procedures and using the right equipment are definitely key to the collision repair but many other factors contribute to a quality job.

Pre and Post Diagnostic Scanning

You may have noticed warning signals on your dash. These warning signals might read “low oil” or “check engine.” Please understand they are only for driver notification. There is not a warning light for every single thing that could be affecting your vehicle’s safety and performance. This is why pre and post-diagnostic scanning are so important! In order to repair newer Ford models correctly, a pre and post-diagnostic scan is required. Hundreds of onboard computers in your Ford control everything from power seats to airbags to accident avoidance systems.

While the collision repair industry is strongly encouraging diagnostic scanning it is not required. Be advised that not every auto body shop will pre and post-diagnostic scan. The pre-scan, details what components are no longer operating properly. The post-scan is evidence that everything is functioning correctly after the collision repair. Earning Ford certification ensures our facility will diagnostic scan to obtain accurate data.

Estimating Software

An estimate is not only written to calculate a price for collision repair. Estimating software is used to research parts and the amount of labor involved in making a proper Ford auto body repair.

Ford approved estimating software details every exterior/interior part and repair procedure. For example, diagrams provide information to help decipher which parts are needed and whether or not another part must be removed to install the new part.

Advanced vehicle construction and technology means an increased degree of repair difficulty and a decreased margin of error. Again, not every auto body repair facility has advanced software or one that is approved by Ford Motor Company.

Airpark Collision Center knows today’s estimator requires more than a clipboard and a pen to write a proper repair plan or estimate for a damaged vehicle. We provide our team with everything required for a proper Ford collision repair!

Airpark Collision Center, your Ford auto body shop:

  • Inspects replacement parts for fit, eliminating odd gaps, mismatched, or slightly off alignments.
  • Prefers Ford certified parts (OEM)
  • Uses Ford approved quality materials, paints, and coatings to match your vehicle.
  • Utilizes equipment that copies factory welds, resulting in a very unnoticeable repair.
  • Bakes vehicles in a pressurized state of the art paint booth.

Collision Repairs Small or Large:

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Airpark Collision Center has all auto body repairs covered, whether you are making an insurance claim for a large collision repair or paying out of pocket for small parts replacement or tailgate damage.

Out of pocket collision repairs are competitively priced and you can rest assured that the repair will be completed correctly. If you are making a claim, we work with every insurance company, and frequently communicate with their staff to keep auto body repairs moving along.

Ford Certified Auto Body Services Available:

Why Choose ACC?

  • Ford Certified for Collision Repair
  • We Don’t Sell, or Service Vehicles. Our Focus is Strictly Auto Body Repair
  • OEM Ford Parts Available
  • Insurance Claims or Out of Pocket Repair

Hours: M-F 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Key Drop for After Hours
Location: Conveniently located off of Scottsdale Road, near Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter Shopping Area.
Estimates: Walk in or Click on Quick Estimate for an Online Quote.
Contact Us: 480-378-6930 or info@airparkcollisioncenter.com

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