I bought a low mileage F-250 that was a company buy-back for that reason. Faults: Nothing has gone wrong with the truck, however. The ride is stiff and bouncy. I will buy another one without thinking twice. Inboard armrests and a driver-side grab handle are standard on all 2003 models. We came from out of town to see this vehicle and they made sure it was there so we didn't waste a trip.
The standard cigar lighter is augmented with a second auxiliary power outlet. It could have been prepped a little better for delivery. Hidden vertical beams and a cross brace where the front and rear doors meet contribute to occupant safety. While 2003 F-150s have rounded edges, the Super Duty trucks look bluff-nosed and serious. Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle. Too new to have anything break. Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle.
So far I am pleased with the construction - no flaws. The instrument cluster includes a transmission temperature gauge when an automatic transmission is ordered. It also makes it easier to climb in, a welcome feature when juggling tools, briefcases, or even toddlers. Their menacing, square-jawed front ends, brawny raised hoods and aggressive headlamps announce significant engineering differences between a garden-variety F-150 and a Super Duty. I definitely will buy from this dealership again and refer anyone that is in the market for a car to go here! The V10 is as close to maintenance free as I have seen since our last Ford, and like you, it'll be Fords from here on out. The 4x4 push button control in the transfer case also broke, guess when, winter! I learned to drive on a 79 c10 and have been driving that for years. They changed out the chip and no problems since.
Adjustable seatbelt anchors increase safety and comfort. Both Triton engines employ overhead cams for valve control. My fathers taurus has 206,000 miles on it not to brag but I drove it past the 200,000 mile Mark my mothers van has 138,000 miles on it but has been through hell. We went and had some lunch and it was ready upon our return. Ford service has been a total joke as well. The only exception is the instrument panel dimmer, which is a bit hard to reach. I would, of course, be inclined to do it right starting from the engine.
Also somewhat on the hood. Sophisticated computer analysis has given the 5. I never had a spark plug issue, and when I changed them none of them were loose or ready to blow out. Another Chevy convert here as well. Yes Review Date: 14th December, 2003 I felt the same about my F250 diesel until 3400 miles, then mileage dropped from 16.
Again, thanks for the advice. May be from windshield replacements! I would, of course, be inclined to do it right starting from the engine. They are all the truck most consumers will ever need. For every person who reports a problem there are many who never have the problem. Can't even sell it because most people know that the 6. On the bottom half of the truck and the hood, paint and clear coat are fine.
The Fords have a brawny, no-nonsense look that is appealing. You can't assume that every or even most vehicles will experience similar problems. I've owned several Chevy trucks over the past several years and not one of them is anywhere near as good a truck as my current '04 V10-powered F250. As with most new used cars, I would do a tune up and do an exhaust upgrade for that wonderful sound. My point being Ford never has let the family down.
The rear seat cushion folds up and forward and the seatback folds down to create a flat, steel loading surface, a perfect place to put tools and other heavy items that need to stay secure and out of the elements. The rear doors are 25 inches wide. Total miles 32500 on it now, and it has been kept in a garage. By the way, I appreciate the level of professionalism experienced on this forum. Can't even sell it because most people know that the 6. Four-wheel-drive models offer either manual-locking or shift-on-the-fly auto-locking hubs. Year of manufacture 2003 First year of ownership 2003 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 7.
. The heavy bucking has now stopped, but I feel the engine missing while going down the interstate from time to time. The nature of the exhaust flow of the V10 makes getting the deep growl of a V8 difficult. Yes Review Date: 19th September, 2003. The performance is superb in its ability to increase and decrease horse-power on the road in any weather conditions. Walkaround Ford Super Duty pickups are arguably the best-looking heavy duty pickups available.