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Following the success of the 3.5L EcoBoost, the 2.7L was rolled out for the 2015 model year when the all aluminum, completely redesigned Ford F-150 was introduced.
An honest man's V-8, the latest variant of Ford's 302 CID engine is a member of the Ford Modular engine family. The 5.0L 'Coyote', as it is known internally, approaches 400 horsepower while maintaining a fuel economy rating that just tops 20 mpg on the highway.
Ford's six speed automatic for the F-150 rolled out for the 2009 model year, replacing the less efficient, dated 4R75E four speed.
Ford replaced their 3.7L Ti-VCT with a smaller 3.5L V-6 for the 2015 model year. While the engine shares a bore and stroke with the 3.5L EcoBoost, the two engines are not to be confused.
Changing the spark plugs on a 4.6L or 5.4L Modular V-8 is intimidating in any application. However, our guide will give you the confidence to tackle the job for the first time.
If you're Ford car or truck is equipped with an electronic climate control system and is only allowing air to blow out of the defrost vent, we just may have a solution that will cost you under a dollar.
Learn more about the venerable 4.6L and 5.4L Ford Modular V-8 engines, which were used in various Ford applications from the early 1990s through the late 2000s.
Unlike its predecessor, the 2nd gen SVT Lightning gained notoriety as a result of its supercharged 5.4L V-8.
An overview of the short lived 'Nite' aesthetic and mild performance package for the Ford F-150 and Bronco.
A flat plane crankshaft is the brawn behind Ford's new 5.2L V-8, which produces well over 500 horsepower and features an 8,250 RPM redline. The impressive engine is exclusive to the Shelby Mustang GT350.
The SVT Raptor, introduced for the 2010 model year, was an instant success story for Ford Motor Company. The truck's unique features were unlike anything that had ever hit the mass production market, and the off-road category took an immediate liking to the Raptor's capabilities.