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2005 Ford Econoline Cargo Overview
The 2005 Ford Econoline Cargo Van is a sturdy, rugged van designed for commercial use. With a hauling capacity of 236.1 cubic feet (275.1 cubic feet in the Extended version), the Econoline is the classic American workhorse full-size van.
Three trims were available for the '05 Econoline Cargo: the basic E-150, as well as the tougher E-250 and E-350 Super Duty. The E-150 was offered only in the standard length, with a 138-inch wheelbase; the E-250 and E-350 Super Duty were offered in both regular and extended versions.
The 2005 Econoline Cargo van is based on Ford's popular F-Series pickup truck line, and like its truck counterparts, it offered some powerful engine options. The E-150 and E-250 came off the line with a 4.6-liter V8; drivers could upgrade to a 5.4-liter V8. The E-350 SD came standard with the 5.4-liter V8, and upgrades to a 6.0-liter turbodiesel V8 or a 6.8-liter V10 were available.
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Ford Econoline Cargo Questions
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2005 E-250 Daily Work Driver Shocks Help
best shocks for ride quality? I was thinking the bilsteins but i'm unsure which model. the b6 (c) seems good, but they only have a rear. i drive this van 3 hrs./day in los angeles traffic. looking for...
Has Anyone Done An E 350 Single To Dual Fuel Tank Conversion?
I have a 2005 E 350 Cargo Van with the 6.0 PSD. It has a 35 gallon fuel tank, 4.10 gear and AOD transmission. I do a LOT of long distance trips with little to no towing. As bad as I hate having to ...