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.
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.
The standard wheel size for a base 2015 Ford F-150 pickup is 17 inches with a wheel width of 7.5 inches. Some trims include large 20-inch wheels with an 8.5-inch width. F-150 trucks have featured 17-inch wheels as standard on the base trim since the 2004 model year.
The website for ReadyLIFT Suspension has a tire size chart that details the maximum size tire that will fit on a Ford F150. The chart is specifically used to help truck owners know the maximum tire size they can install when using a lift kit on their vehicle.
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
Some Ford F150 ODB-II codes are P0102 and P0103, which relate to the mass air flow sensor; P0131 through P0161, which relate to the oxygen sensors; and P0301 through P0310, which relate to misfires on the various cylinders. Some ODB-II readers omit the letter P when displaying the code.
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.
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.
As of 2015, a 1993 Ford F150 with a regular cab and a long box has a Kelley Blue Book suggested retail price of $2,197 if purchased from a dealer. Kelly Blue Book assumes that the vehicle is in good condition or better and gives the vehicle a price range of $1,269 to $2,374, with a fair purchase pri
According to TireSize.com, the tire sizes for a 1981 Ford F150 range in width from 215 to 235 millimeters. The aspect ratio is 75 and the diameter is 15 inches. The tire size depends on the drive type.