Ford Motor Company Headquarters Address and Contact Information Details

Ford Headquarters

Ford Motor Company is a world famous and one of the oldest car manufacturing companies in the United States. The company was founded in 1903 and headquartered at Detroit Suburb. The company is listed on NYSE with stock name F. As of October 4, 2020, the stock price of F is US$6.89. The company was founded by Henry Ford, one of the pioneer in car manufacturing at the time.

Since today, they have manufactured popular car models, such as Ford LTD, Ford Explorer, Ford Taurus, Ford Transit, Ford Mustang, Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta, Ford Model T, Ford Escort, and Ford F-Series trucks. Let’s see headquarters information of Ford Motor Company.

Ford Headquarters
Ford Headquarters

Ford Motor Company Corporate Headquarters Information

The corporate headquarters of Ford Motors is located at Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI 48126. If you want to send a letter to Ford Motors, then use this corporate headquarters address of Ford Motor Company: 1 American Road Dearborn, MI 48126 United States. Please take prior appointment if you are planning to visit corporate headquarters.

If you are planning to send your query through the mail, please use Ford Motor Company Mailing Address: Ford Motor Company, Customer Relationship Center, P.O. Box 6248, Dearborn, MI 48126, USA.

To talk with corporate headquarters staff on telephone for general inquiries, please dial 1-313-322-3000.

Ford Motor CEO / Executive Chairman Email Address

To get in touch with the Chief Executive Officer or Executive Chairman of Ford Motor, you can use his personal email address. As of now, we do not have information about CEO email. However, you can note down Executive Chairman Email Address wford@ford.com

Ford Motor Company Employment Verification

For current and former employees verification, please call on +1-800-367-5690. For more details, please visit official web portal.

Ford Media Center Contacts

If you are looking for media contact, then please contact through media@ford.com this email address.

Ford Motor Company Shareholder Services and Investor Relations Contacts

If you want to contact computershare service, the call on (800) 279-1237 for U.S. and Canada. For International contact, please call on (781) 575-2732. You can also send an email to shareholder service through fordteam@computershare.com this email address.

If you are looking for investor services mailing address, then it is Computershare Investor Services, P.O. Box 30170, College Station, TX 77842. If you want to do overnight courier, then use Computershare Investor Services, 211 Quality Circle, Suite 210, College Station, TX 77845 this address.

The Computershare Investor Services email address is fordteam@computershare.com. The contact number of investor relations for outside the U.S. and Canada is +1-800-555-5259 and within the U.S. and Canada is +1-313-845-8540.

Ford Motor Company Customer Support Numbers / Phone Numbers

The customer support number of Ford United States phone number is +1-800-392-3673. For the hearing-or speech-impaired, please contact the telecommunications relay service by dialing 711. Ford Canada customer service number is +1-800-565-3673.

The Lincoln United States customer support phone number is +1-800-521-4140. For the hearing-or speech-impaired, Please contact the telecommunications relay service by dialling 711. The Lincoln Canada customer support phone number is +1-800-387-9333, and +1-800-232-5952 (TDD for the Hearing Impaired).

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Article last re-published on October 4, 2020.

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  1. Hello my dad bought a ford 150 from gold circle ford in Jackson Tennessee . They told him they would give him a second key to the truck and they now are saying they will not do that. My dad has always bought fords and he is a Vietnam vet he now has a bad taste in his mouth about Ford because of the way they are treating him. If this is the way your ford dealerships treat veterans then ford should be ashamed of themselves. I would like to get this resolved and get him a second key somehow. His name is Lowell crabtree and the vin number is , his number is , if you would like to talk to him . Dustin is the sales guy that lied to him at the dealer ship. Thank you for the help

  2. Good Morning Customer Relation, I had a bad experience with a Ford Dealership located in Jacksonville Fl address 9650 Atlantic Blvd. The General Manager by the name Frank Brothers promised to refund my money by mailing out the check. He advised me that the check should be at my home a week ago. This man is power struck and he likes to talk to me as if I am his employee. He has insinuated that I was lying about opting out of a survey and constantly lie about refunding my money. I have been with Ford for over 20 years (check your records) and the people in charge are really making Ford look bad. Frank Brothers is a liar and should not be representing Ford at all. His team is rude and I see that they get it from their Leader. I would hope that someone that can help me get my money back read this email. If not, you have lost a great customer.

  3. Hello,

    I am not sure how to proceed with my Ford vehicle issue. I own a 2017 Ford escape, only 30,000 miles on it. The past month an a half my car has been in and out of the ford service three times (for the fourth time counting tonight). My car has been stalling out, making a thud noise and basically shutting off. The check engine light keeps coming on. The first time, Ford said it was the camshaft sensor. They replaced this and then 3 days later I was having the same issues, I didnt even make it down the street before the car shut off in the middle of the road. So I took it back for the second time, they said this time they replaced the camshaft pigtail. Then three weeks later the same issue occurred so I brought it back to Ford, they were bringing in a Ford engineer since they were not able to resolve the issue. I was told they concluded it was the alternator and this would not be covered under warranty, I paid $830 for this to be fixed. I picked up my car, right as I pulled off their lot I felt a thud. It was a wintery mix outside so I thought I was just being paranoid and that this was all in my head. Well it did it again and again as I got on the highway. Getting much worse and wouldn’t accelerate. It kept stalling out and then all of a sudden my check engine light came on and the car shut off as u was pulling over to the emergency lane. Needless to say my car is once again back at Ford getting looked at for the fourth time.

    I absolutely do not feel safe or comfortable in this vehicle. I have been told three times this problem has been fixed and now I am even paying for their false diagnosis. I am really curious to see what they think the issue is now. Regardless I am not comfortable driving this car anymore. I will be trying to sell it right away. I have a one year old baby and I cant imagine driving him around in a vehicle that is unreliable and possibly dangerous.

    I wanted to reach out to someone in the corporate office to see if this issue has occurred and if there is any advice to be given. I definitely do not want to be paying for parts because that is was Ford is saying the issue is then it isn’t! With 30k miles I ca3nt believe I am having these kinds of issues. I bought a brand new car so this wouldn’t happen. And now I am paying for parts qhen my car is practically brand new.

    Hope to hear from you soon,
    Betsy

  4. Hello
    Exploding sunroof

    I purchased a 2020 Ford F-350 platinum, 11/21/2020. This truck has been at the dealership four of the twelve days I have owned it. It had 250 miles when I purchased the truck due to a dealer transfer, the truck now has 853 miles. I have not washed this truck since I have owned it. On the evening of 11/30/2020 I was driving about 50 mph when I heard a loud gun shot in the cab of the truck, I was traveling down a country road by myself with no other traffic within a 1/4 mile of me. When I pulled over to inspect what happened I heard a crackling noise coming from the top of the truck. The rear panoramic sunroof exploded. I immediately called the dealership and headed that way. During the 20 min travel, this sunroof cracked and pooped the duration of the trip. Dropping tiny slivers of glass all over the back seat. I talked with my local dealership and they placed a call to your warranty department. The dealership explained to me that Ford was not going to cover anything to fix the defective part of the vehicle. I so confused by the way this has been taken care of, this was not my fault in anyway. The sunroof has not even been opened due to temperatures in my area. The location Ford dealership body shop manager, said this could cost upward of 2k to replace. When I asked what it would take to do this, he explained they would have to take out the headliner to replace the sunroof. He explained that it could take about 2 weeks to get the parts in, this truck is not drivable in any form of the word. This truck has been driven a total of 603 miles since the purchase. I feel that this needs to be taken care of by Ford. If I would have known that I would have to pay an addition 2k on top of the 80k 13 days after the purchase, I would have not purchased this vehicle. I hope that this can be taken care of.

  5. Quite frankly I’m a repeat offender. I just purchased my 6th Vehicle from Asheboro Ford. In doing so I decided I must contact Corporate for my gratitude of their sales and service departments. The Outstanding owner has a team of members who will put you in the Vehicle you want for a Comfortable payment. There is a standout in the Owner’s group of employees. Mr. Lawrence Phillips is magically OUTSTANDING. I believe the owner is aware but I want to make sure. Mr. Phillips knows every single detail about every single car on the lot. A sale starts with a salesman. His approach on the phone, in person and during the sale is frankly your bread a butter. I’m an old lady. I served my country in the US Army Signal Corp. and it was my honor to do so. Lawrence treats me and every person I’ve witnessed him come in contact with like royalty. His attention to detail is frankly amazing. I’ve not intentionally tried to test his skills. That would be rude and my Grandma would pop the back of my head from heaven. I’d hate to not see him at my Dealership when I come in for oil changes but yet I would love to be told he had been rewarded for his unwavering efforts. He’d make a fine instructor on how to sell a Ford. Now he and I only interact at my Ford dealership. He’s not a relative of mine. Nor is he a friend. Anyone would be blessed if he were any of those. Lawrence Phillips does what he does because he loves his job. I’m sending this Corporate note to honor him for doing just that. We should all be more like Lawrence. The good Lord would love that.

  6. Oil like to forward a personal sketching of a car I wish ford could produce.Hoping the company will like this sketching.I love ford products a lot.I drive a Ford Windstar for now.Thanks.

  7. I,all like ford motors to produce this sketching I did for the organisation.I love ford products and even drive a ford Windstar presently.Hoping the organisation likes this sketching and build the sketch type.Thanks

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