What do you guys think of this vehicle?

Ty Worthington
0

Asked by Ty Jul 03, 2012 at 03:36 AM about the 2008 Ford F-150

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

http://ebrandon.ca/ItemView.aspx?item_id=657039
Wondering if its worth it
Thanks

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Mike Zaba
805

Im not a big fan. I have not done too much work on them but the simple stuff is ridiculous. Issues with spark plugs breaking when trying to take them out. its a bad design. the average tune up price is around $1000 for just plugs. Most shops dont even want to get involved with them. The front brake rotors also tend to seize to the hub. Its a 50/50 shot that you wont have to replace bearings when replacing rotors but most aftermarket parts stores offer the bearing with the rotor as a kit. Other than that i havent seen many other problems with them. Good luck!

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Ty Worthington
0

Thanks, I'm very interested in the truck just not sure yet

Mike Zaba
805

And one more thing. The 7 lug rear ends have problems as well.

Trevor Yost
605

have fun replacing coil packs when they inevitably take a dump.

Keith Stebleton
5

I have a 2005 f150 with the 5.4 and 115000 miles on it. It has been a great truck with no major problems. I replaced the tps and it is due for plugs which I've heard can be an issue but other than that I can't say enough good about it.

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