Tires & parts
Aurora Ford Yellowknife is the number one source for all Ford parts and accessories in Yellowknife. Our Service and Parts Center carries genuine Ford parts and Motorcraft parts that are engineered to fit your Ford precisely. Safe driving starts with having the best parts for your Ford, every time.
Aurora Ford Yellowknife’s
We give you of $400 worth of bonus repairs, warranties, and more for free with Aurora Ford Yellowknife's tire program - the Go Auto Tire Advantage
Buy and have us install four tires and for FREE you get:
- Your tire payment reduced by 10%!
- 5% of your purchase price back on your Go Card
- Two-year tire warranty
- Free lifetime flat repair
- No need to pay for 12 months!
If you don't drive a Ford, that's OK!
Order Omnicraft parts
We service and repair all makes and models
You don't have to drive a Ford to come to Aurora Ford Yellowknife. Our team of factory-trained technicians is experienced in working with all makes and models.
We carry Omnicraft parts which are compatible with more than 4,200 parts and have strong performance and coverage to boost reliability and reduce costly repairs.
Tire services with
Aurora Ford Yellowknife
We provide the full range of tire and parts services. If you need something and it's not on the menu, please call us and ask!
We store your tires! They will be cleaned, inspected for wear and tear, and kept in a climate-controlled facility. We will even swap your tires for you on drop off or pick up!
Get better mileage and improve handling with properly inflated tires.
Tire balancing & wheel alignment
Professional balancing and alignment gives a safe and comfortable ride
Rotating your set every 10,000 km for longer tire life.
Get the vast majority of cuts, nails, holes, and flats repaired by us. If we can't fix it, we can replace it.
Get the best tire for the upcoming season
With so many tire options available, it can be confusing to decide which ones are the best for you. Our team at Aurora Ford Yellowknife is here to help and will walk you through all your options.
All-season tires, as their name suggests, are designed to provide reliable traction and handling in a wide range of weather conditions. This includes dry and wet roads, as well as light snow. They typically feature a versatile tread pattern that balances grip on both dry and wet surfaces. However, they are not as effective in extreme winter conditions, where specialized winter tires are recommended.
Performance tires, on the other hand, are optimized for high-speed handling and improved cornering performance. They feature a tread pattern that prioritizes dry grip and handling over wet traction. While performance tires may deliver a more thrilling driving experience on dry roads, they may not be the best choice for everyday use or in wet or snowy conditions.
Whenever the temperature dips below 7°C, winter tires are your best option. Winter tires are specifically designed for use in colder climates and harsh winter conditions. They have a distinct tread pattern and rubber compound that provide exceptional grip on snow and ice, delivering improved performance in cold and snowy conditions. Winter tires may not be as effective on dry or wet roads and should be replaced with all-season or performance tires once winter conditions subside.
Ford Tire Price-Match promise
At Aurora Ford Yellowknife, we carry a wide variety of tires and brands. Our tire experts are here to help guide you through your options and you can feel confident about your purchase knowing that it is backed by Ford’s Tire Price Match Promise. If you happen to find the same tires advertised at a lower price by any of our competitors, rest assured that we will match that price and refund the difference!
Ford Parts Warranty and Coverage
Each genuine replacement part from Ford and Motorcraft comes with a 24-month warranty, which offers coverage for any defects in material or workmanship, and has no distance limitations. Certain parts, such as engines and transmissions, may even be eligible for an extended warranty period.
When you purchase certain Ford replacement parts, you’ll be covered under the Ford Protection Plan. This means that you will get a no-charge replacement for certain parts that wear out or rust through, as long as you are the original purchaser of that part.
Who makes Ford parts?
Ford and Motorcraft make genuine Ford parts.
What is the difference between Ford parts and aftermarket parts?
The main difference is in their product offerings. Ford Genuine Parts solely produces original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Ford parts, whereas Motorcraft manufactures both OEM and aftermarket parts. Although the Motorcraft parts are not produced by Ford, they are designed to have a perfect fit with Ford vehicles.
Is there a Ford parts shortage currently?
Chip shortages and other part shortages continue to plague the auto industry due to the ongoing global supply chain challenges. Due to this, some Ford vehicles are still impacted by the shortages and alternative measures have been put in place. To find out more, our team at Aurora Ford Yellowknife is available to assist you in any way. Contact our team today!
Will buying aftermarket parts void my Ford warrenty?
Using aftermarket parts for your vehicle may not automatically void your New Vehicle Limited Warranty. In cases where the aftermarket product you install malfunctions, or causes another Ford part to fail, those repair expenses would not be covered by your warranty.
With your new vehicle warranty, there are certain compliance rules to be aware of so that you don’t accidentally void your warranty. Contact our team if you need assistance going through your warranty.
Are aftermarket parts covered by my insurance?
This will vary depending on your auto insurance provider and the policy in place. It will also depend on whether these parts were to replace an OEM part or to be added as an enhancement to the vehicle.
If you’re planning to customize your vehicle with aftermarket parts, the best option would be to purchase supplemental auto insurance coverage through your provider.
If you need to replace an OEM part and have found a better-priced aftermarket product, it’s best to confirm directly with your insurance provider if it will be covered or not. You will also need to confirm with your New Vehicle Limited Warranty to see if that aftermarket part will impact your warranty.
What does it cost to replace a Ford part?
The cost of Ford parts is dependent on a few factors such as the specific part that requires replacement, the type of Ford model you own, and the cost of labour involved.
For example, for a 2022 Ford Explorer, a disc brake pad set might cost $316.35 just for the parts, while an engine coolant hose will cost $625.98.
How long does it take Ford to deliver parts and accessories?
Aurora Ford Yellowknife caries a large inventory of Ford genuine parts and accessories at our Parts Centre.
If a part needs to be ordered directly from Ford, if it’s in stock, it will ship in one to two business days. If that part is on backorder from Ford, you will be notified of the delay and new shipping timeline over email.
How much does it cost to replace a Ford tire?
The cost of replacing a tire will vary based on the following:
The Ford model you drive
The trim level of your Ford as it may come with a different tire size
The tire brand your vehicle came with
The tire type you currently have (i.e. all-season, performance, or winter).
How long do Ford factory tires last?
If you consistently drive around 20,000 km per year, your Ford tires should last you 4 to 5 years, or up to 80,000 km. Mileage isn’t the only thing that impacts the lifespan of your tires, driving conditions, your driving style, and how well you keep up with maintenance will also impact the longevity.
Here are a few things you can to do help extend the life of your tires:
Avoid hard cornering, quick acceleration, and sudden braking to prevent excessive wear
Have your tires regularly checked for damage and to maintain air pressure
Follow maintenance schedules for having your tire alignment checked and your tires rotated.
How often should I replace my tires?
Your tire lifespan will vary based on several factors, but in general, they will last 3 to 5 years if you drive between 20,000 to 24,000 km per year.
Other factors that will impact your tire lifespan are:
How many kilometers you drive in a year
How well you keep up with regular vehicle maintenance
Your driving style and habits
The driving conditions.