Find the 2001 Ford F-150 Owners Manual below. The 2001 Ford F 150 is just the right luxury truck for comfy rides in all the terrains.
2001 Ford F 150 Manual can be almost anything ranging from your work truck to a luxurious everyday vehicle. It comes in various bed lengths, two different body styles, and three distinct cab configurations. The overall length and wheelbase can vary from 120 inches to 157.4 inches. The SuperCrew is the latest variation featuring luxurious rear-seat accommodations and four full-sized doors.
The 2001 Ford F-150 Owners Manual comes in three engines: a 4.2-liter V6 standard engine that produces 202 horsepower. The optional 4.6-liter V8 producing 220 horsepower. The 5.4-liter V8 makes 260 horsepower. You also get the option of a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.
The Regular-cab models and Super Cabs are equipped with a three-place bench seat or two front buckets. Super Cabs come with an additional three-place folding rear seat that is split 60/40. SuperCrew comes with a three-place rear bench providing enough headroom and legroom for taller folks. The rear seat can move forward for more inside storage space. Power-adjustable pedals are also available on models with an automatic transmission.
The F-150 comes with a dashboard switch that allows moving the pedals over a 3-inch range to help drivers find a more comfortable position behind the wheel. 2001 Ford F-150 Owners Manual comes with style, with much focus on aerodynamic performance as compared to the GM pickups or the Dodge. It is round and friendlier and looks like a car more than a dodge.
2001 Ford F-150 Manual Features and Reviews
Ford blends traditional truck styling cues like a bold grille with rounded body panels in the 2001 Ford F-150 Manual, which comes in five sizes. There is a choice of 6.5- or 8-foot cargo beds in both regular cab and super cabs models. The short bed comes with flared fenders on regular cabs and Super Cabs.
Super Cabs come with narrow rear doors on both sides, which are hinged at the rear. These doors cannot be opened without opening the front doors first. Four side doors open just like the traditional doors on passenger cars. It has a 138-inch wheelbase and is 226 inches overall, having about the same length as that of the short-bed Super Cab.
The Four-wheel-drive models are available with a standard floor-mounted transfer case lever, thereby allowing for shifting in or out of 4WD High on the move. An optional electrically engaged transfer case which is operated by a dashboard switch, is also provided. Some of the setbacks of the 2001 Ford F-150 Owners Manual are Noise from the rear end when turning and chances of leakage of Engine Oil Pan Gasket.