2001 Ford F-150 Overview


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4.55 stars

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Excellent, Reliable Truck by Dlthur1017
 — Always started, smooth ride, got about 17 mpg in town if I drove it gently. Never had a leak or knock. Passenger window would stick using driver control, but worked fine on the passenger side. I ju... Read More
Awsome by Kevin
 — It is a very awsome truck the performance is great. Like with the acceleration some times just driving down the rode you will catch your self speeding just cause it is such a nice smooth ride. And the... Read More
Ford All The Way by Garrett
 — Performance- Pushing over 300hp to the wheels. haven't done a quarter time yet. Handles great. Build Quality- No Repairs and its A BLUE OVAL Appearance- paints starting to oxidize, but hey its 10 ye... Read More

2001 Ford F-150 Overview

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2001 Ford F-150

The 2001 Ford F-150 lost its perch atop the US market for the first time in several years.  Were newer Ford models, like the Super-Duty 250 and 350 series, fragmenting its core market segment?  Or was the SUV juggernaut too powerful for this popular pickup to resist?

In any case, the 2001 Ford F150 still sold hundreds of thousands of trucks to satisfied buyers.  As always, the 2001 F150 offered a wide selection of models and options: trims available were XL, XLT, and Lariat; cab configurations included standard 2-door and 4-door models, as well as the extended-cab supercab, in stepside and styleside; long-bed and short-bed versions were available; and 4WD choices appealed to the off-road set.

The 2001 F-150 also won hearts with its choice of powerhouse fuel-injected overhead-cam engines, a 4.2 liter Essex V6 and a Triton V8 in 4.6 liter and 5.4 liter; the 2001 Ford SVT Lightning sport pickup, based on the F-150, came with a supercharged 5.4 liter Triton V8 clocked up to an impressive 380 horsepower.


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2001 F150 5.4 Will Start But Have To Feather The Gas Pedal At Stops, Why Wo...

My 2001 F150 5.4 stalls when I come to a stop. Have to keep my foot on the gas.

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The Glass Fell Out Of The Side-view Mirror.

The mirror it's self is fine. The glass isn't cracked. The four posts on the back aren't all there. Can I get a kit to reattach it.

21 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)

Coolant Issues??

hey guys i have a 2001 f150 xlt with the 5.4 triton. lately it has been losing coolant pretty quickly. whenever i stop i can smell the sweet smell of coolant and if i go for a long drive it will ste...

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What Does A 409 Code Indicate On A 5.4 Triton Engine

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