Ford F-150 trucks have an aluminum body wrapped around a steel frame for strength and durability, as of 2015. Ford claims that the use of aluminum in the truck's body and bed reduces the vehicle's weight by 700 pounds.
The 2014 Ford F-150 takes a 750CCA battery. The batteries are available at most automotive part stores or battery retailers.
Find Ford F-150 parts and accessories by searching on Ford Accessories, Ford Parts or Amazon.com. All three websites can filter their inventories to only display parts and accessories that fit the F-150.
A person can find a 2000 Ford F-150 at Cars.com by entering a zip code, as of 2015. This vehicle has a rating of 4.4 stars out of 5 stars and is available in 40 different styles.
The 2014 Ford F-150 had recalls involving improper airbag suppression, brake light failure and loss of steering control. The 2012 model had recalls regarding the occupant classification system and illumination and backup lamp activation.
Ford issued a recall in November of 2014 on 202,241 Ford F-150 pickup trucks. This recall is the most recent Ford F-150 recall as of February 2015, according to Edmunds.com. The recall stems from non-deployment of the vehicle’s passenger-side airbag during frontal crashes.
The average selling price of a Ford F-150 is $35,503 based on listings at Autotrader.com. The year and mileage of a Ford F-150 may change the average resale value of the vehicle. For example, a 2006 Ford F-150 has an average price of $13,345, much lower than the overall average.
The Ford F-150 is a four door pick up truck manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. The Ford F-150 Platinum is the top of the line model of the F-150 range.
Specifications for Ford F-150 computer codes are available at Ford150.net, which provides a full listing of Ford F-150 OBD-II computer codes and their descriptions. For example, the computer code P0743 specifies that the Ford F-150's torque converter clutch system has an electrical failure.
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.