Ford F-250 Super Duty Experts

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My 2001 Ford F250 Superduty Keeps Blowing Fuses For Gauges No Mph No Rpm No...

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Why Won't My 4wd Work On My '05 Powerstroke???

I replaced the vacuum actuator, replaced the electric 4x4 switch and still nothing. The 4x4 light won't even show up on the dash.

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4x4 Switch Not Working

Hi. My husband passed away from cancer. I'm trying to figure out a problem with the pickup. You all helped me with a problem with my lights, now it's a 4x4 issue. It is a 2002 F250, V10. The swit...

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F250 Blinker/ Brake/ Reverse Light Issue

I have a 2011 Ford F250 Super Duty that I am having an issue with the right side back lights. It started when my enclosed trailer started blowing fuses when I would hook up to the factory installed ...

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I'm Looking At A '09 F250 Sd With 5.4l And 20" Wheels/34.5" Dia. Tires, 3.7...

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About the Ford F-250 Super Duty

A friend of mine came to pick me up at the airport in his Ford F-250 Super Duty. After throwing my bag in the spacious back seat, I settled in for the hour-long ride ahead of us.

I was surprised by the number of dials on the console. There were buttons to enhance towing and some "aux" buttons that my friend had not yet figured out. The cup holders in the center console held his big coffee mug and my water bottle. Compartments hidden in the seat separator thing up front and the glove compartment were roomy. The interior was very comfortable, until I got out and fell about two feet to the ground...graceful...

The ride was smooth. We were going 75 and the truck handled it with no problem. My friendnoted that unlike his old Dodge Ram 2500, this truck had very poor acceleration. He was not able to weave in and out of cars like he used to in his old truck. (Of course, I was kind of grateful for this, as his driving used to terrify me).

Parking was as good as expected for a large truck. The cornering was slightly worse than most large trucks, as they had moved the wheels further apart to make for a wider turning radius. We picked up a few friends and had six adults sitting comfortably in the truck.