The Ford F-250 is highly rated by sites such as Car and Driver and Cars.com. Consumers rate the 2014 version of the truck with 4.6 stars out of 5 stars on Cars.com and give 3.5 stars out of 5 stars on Car and Driver.
As of the 2016 model year, the Ford F-250 pickup truck is available in five styles: the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum. Each of the models is available with a regular cab, crew cab or super cab. Prices for the 2016 F-250s range from about $32,00 for the XL model, to around $57,000 for the
As of 2015, find Ford F-250 parts at FordParts.com, SummitRacing.com and JCWhitney.com. FordParts.com is Ford Motor Company's official online parts catalog. It offers genuine Ford OEM and Motorcraft replacement parts that are available at local Ford dealerships. SummitRacing.com is the Summit Racing
As reported by RepairPal, the most recurrent Ford F250 problems as of 2015 include white smoke emission from the tail pipe and coolant leakage from the radiator. The vehicle also sometimes encounters a problem with the mixture of water and fuel in the engine.
While many factors affect the weight of the 2015 Ford F-250, the base weight of a regular cab truck is between 5,941 and 7,001 pounds. The club cab Ford F-250 with a long wheelbase weighs between 6,547 and 7,668 pounds.
Service manuals for Ford F-250 are available on Haynes and eBay. Some automobile manual sites, such as Autorepairmanuals.biz, also offer specific manuals, such as wiring diagrams, factory service information and guides in printed and CD-ROM formats.
Ford F250 diesels are available through Autotrader and CarGurus listings, as of May 2015. Both sites allow filtering of Ford trucks by the F250 model along with the diesel fuel type. Additional search filters available on both sites include trim type, color, drive type and more.
While several factors affect the towing capacity of a 2015 Ford F-250, the general maximum range is between 12,400 and 14,000 pounds for a conventional trailer. A four-wheel drive F-250 with a 6.2-liter gasoline V-8 and 3.73 axle ratio has the lowest towing ratio.
To fix a Ford F250 that doesn't start, first identify the root of the problem, such as a dead battery, faulty spark plugs or low fluid levels. The gas gauge may also be faulty.
To install a tailgate on a Ford F250 pickup truck, first lower and remove the defective tailgate, and then put a new handle through the front of the new tailgate. Once the handle is secure, tighten the holding nuts and snap each rod into place to secure the new tailgate, feeling for spring tension.