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Ford Falcon Repair Manual FG 2008-2014

The FG arrangement Falcon was first saw at a press occasion on 17 February 2008 and sold until October 2014.

Range change

To make a new beginning, Ford Australia chose to reform the assignment of all models inside the range. Specifically, the long-standing Futura, Fairmont, and Fairmont Ghia models were supplanted by the more contemporary G6 and G6E models, individually. The FG moniker references the now ended Fairmont Ghia.[1] The FG was supplanted in December 2014,[2] by the FG X arrangement.


The standard FG Falcon motor is a 24-valve 4.0-Liter in-line six with VCT; which produces top intensity of 195 kW (261 hp) at 6000 rpm and [3] top force of 391 N⋅m (288 lb⋅ft) at 3250 rpm. From July 2010 creation all I6 motors (barring E-Gas models) fulfill Euro 4 discharge guidelines. The ZF six-speed auto is the main transmission accessible (barring XR models which highlight a six-speed manual transmission standard, with the alternative of the auto). This joined with equipment refreshes has improved fuel utilization to 9.9 L/100 km (29 mpg‑imp; 24 mpg‑US) for all passage level normally suctioned petroleum cars and 10.7 L/100 km (26 mpg‑imp; 22 mpg‑US) for the comparable utility variants.[4] The superior turbocharged form of the in-line-six produces 270 kW (362 hp) at 5250 rpm and 533 N⋅m (393 lb⋅ft) of force from 1950 rpm; this motor is accessible in the XR6 Turbo and G6E Turbo. The Turbo variation makes as much as 480 N⋅m (350 lb⋅ft) of force at only 1500 rpm.