what does the M stand for on my dash board where the Park Drive ect.?..also should I leave the traction control off or on ?

Asked by Nov 17, 2014 at 05:52 PM about the Ford F-150

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M is for manual shifting. On your gear selector there should be a + and a - to manually shift the transmission. If you don't want to mess with it just leave it in drive. Leave the traction control on.

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Thanks, Make it six

yes ty so much my husband now loves the truck even more now lol

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