As of March 2015, the most common mechanical complaint about the Ford F-150 truck is a power window that does not roll up, according to CarComplaints.com. More severe complaints include loud clattering or ticking noises coming from the truck's engine.
Apart from local brick-and-mortar retailers, drivers can search online for a Ford F-150 in their area using websites, such as Cars and AutoTrader. These and similar websites allow users to simply enter their ZIP code and the make and model of their desired vehicle to find options for sale in their a
Customers shopping for used Ford F-150 trucks should look for such typical issues as mileage, signs of wear, damage and owner history, but common complaints about the trucks include power windows not going up, engine clattering and motor knocking. As of 2015, the 2004 Ford F-150 has the most complai
Some common problems with the 2015 Ford F-150 include body and paint problems with the bed of the truck not being full sealed; drivetrain problems, such as excessive or premature rust; and problems with the seat belts and airbags in the vehicle, including the seat or console belt failing to lock. Pr
As of 2015, Ford offers F-150s with three sizes of truck beds, each with a 21.4-inch inside height, a 50.6-inch width between wheelhouses, and lengths of 67, 78.9 and 97.6 inches. The bed length that is available varies between the five models of F-150s.
The Ford F-350 Super Duty pickup truck features a 6.2-liter V-8 engine with a six-speed shiftable automatic and comes in three types of cabs, including regular and super. Customers can choose between four-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive. Most of the colors available on the truck are metallic and inc
As of 2016, reported problems with the 2009 Ford F-150 include defective door handle spring retainers, maladjusted brake stop lamp switches and excessive spark plug gaps that cause ignition coil failure. F-150 owners also report spark plugs ejected from the cylinder heads, and leaking engine oil pan
Users can find the value of a Ford F-150 engine by looking at online secondhand locations. Both JC Whitney and eBay are good resources to determine the value of the engine.
A 2015 Ford F-150 weighs 4,942 pounds with a 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 engine, whereas a 2014 Ford F-150 weighs 5,674 pounds with a 5.0-liter V8 engine. Ford decreased the engine size of its 2015 model to save weight and increase fuel efficiency without decreasing cargo capacity.
The firing order on a Ford F-150 depends on its engine; for a V6 it is 1-4-2-5-3-6, and for a standard V8 it is 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. The firing order may change according to the engine size and type.