The 2015 Ford F-150 is available with truck beds in 5.5, 6.5 and 8-foot lengths. The bed is approximately 80 inches wide, including the sides of the bed itself.
To replace the motor in a Ford F150, first determine whether you want to replace the window motor or the heater blower motor. You need a trim tool, socket set and Phillips screwdriver to replace either of the motors.
Ford F150 service manuals can often be found at RockAuto.com. Select the year, make, model and engine size. Select the Literature tab. If a service manual cannot be found on Rock Auto, it may be available for purchase on eBay.
To replace a Chevy truck bed, undo the three screws that secure the gas nozzle to the bed, and remove the ground strap, taillight harness, and the old truck bed. Install the replacement truck bed.
Ford does not sell replacement seats for an F150. However, the company does sell various seat covers for around $170 dollars, as of July, 2015.
As of 2015, LMC Truck does not carry parts for the Ford F-150. The company carries parts for other Ford vehicles such as the Super Duty, Bronco, Explorer, Ranger and Expedition. Ford F-150 parts can, however, be found at FordParts.com.
The many models of the Ford F-150 pickup truck come in various combinations of three bed lengths and three cab configurations plus three engines, including two V-6s and a V-8. Some models have four-wheel drive, while others have rear-wheel drive. All come with six-speed, automatic transmissions.
Camper shells for the Ford F150 are generally designed to fit specific model year ranges, so a camper shell intended for an early-1990s F150 is unlikely to fit a 2015 F150 correctly. In addition, camper shells are intended for specific cab and bed combinations.
A common electrical problem with Ford F150 vehicles is failure of the reverse lights or the reverse indicator on the dashboard signalling whenever the vehicle is in reverse gear. The fault here lies in the transmission range sensor, which the manufacturer may have calibrated out of specification dur
Common repair problems with the Ford F-150 include ignition coil failure, oil leakage to the starter and potential ejection of the spark plug from the cylinder head. Some owners also reported problems with possible leakage of the engine oil pan gasket and rough running of the engine at rest.