Ford F150 Repair Manual 2009-2014
The twelfth age F-150 was presented for the 2009 model year as an update of the Ford full-size truck stage. Like its antecedent, these trucks are recognized by their Super Duty-style grilles and head lights; standard taxi models again have two-entryways rather than four. The FlareSide bed was proceeded until 2010, dropped alongside the manual gearbox; outside of Mexico, the Lincoln Mark LT was supplanted by the F-150 Platinum. Another model for 2010 incorporated the SVT Raptor, a devoted rough terrain pickup.
In 2010 Ford moved its gadgets from a GEM (General electric module) based to the automated and programmable BCM (Body Control Module), considering less parts contrasts and programmable redesign alternatives from the vendor or processing plant. In 2011 Ford once again introduced the 5.0 in the F arrangement with its new 5.0 Coyote double over head cam TiVVT motor with 360 hp.
As a feature of a significant spotlight on mileage, the whole motor setup for the F-150 was refreshed for the 2011 model year. Alongside the new V8 motor, the F-150 increased another 3.7 Liter base V6 motor, and a ground-breaking twin-turbocharged 3.5 Liter V6, named EcoBoost by Ford. A programmed transmission is the main choice. Different adjustments incorporate the expansion of a Nexteer Automotive Electric Power Steering (EPS) framework on most models.
An ongoing report led by iSeeCars.com and distributed on the Ford Motor Company site recorded the Ford F-250 Super Duty as the longest-enduring vehicle and Expedition, Explorer and F-150 among the best 20 longest-enduring vehicles.