Granted,its not a powerhouse,but extremely reliable,and runs quieter than the wifes Impala. It has a factory 300-6 and a 4speed transmission and still looks top shape. The 5-spd is 'notchy'-shifting but the V6 is fun, free-revving engine. As for this truck, keep your foot out or it, change the fluids and spark-plugs adequately, keep the exhaust from leaking, don't burn up your catalytic converter or transmission. The 2006 Ford Harley Davidson F150 had a black and intimidating look that the Harley motorcycle personified for years, with a black exterior and interior details and rich black Aniline leather seating.
Just clicked 234,000 with nothing but two sets of spark plugs and keeping fluids changed. However, I have also heard about head gasket problems with this engine. My mother and step-father have a 1997 F-150 4x4 with the 4. Our family has had pretty bad luck with the Ford 3. No boat or camper pulling here. Highlighting this dark look were 22-inch polished forged aluminum wheels and interior chrome details that grabbed the eye.
There were three box lengths available to choose from, along with two different box styles, providing a large selection of available full-size pickups. It was an amazing engine in my opinion and you won't find todays V6's in any new dually 4x4. Well all in all i really enjoy this powertrain, i have one in a 2003 f150 with a manual transmission. I work in a local dealership and this engine is used a lot with contractors as well as personal ownership. Tell us more about the van.
Economy on mine is around 18 city,and if I keep the foot out of it,20 Hwy. I-8 east out of San Diego Ca. Also included was a maximum towing rating of 9,900 lbs when equipped with the optional towing package and a maximum payload capacity of 3,000 lbs. I have never owned one nor have I driven one of these 4. I have serious doubts that youll be disappointed in the truck. Really a basic truck, but thats all I'm looking for. I was told by a trusted mechanic that my F150 V6, 4.
This should be a pro since the van has to go up on a lift for a proper evaluation. The 2006 Ford F150 came in a variety of available colors, including basic black, dark shadow gray metallic, bright red, Oxford white, silver metallic and true blue metallic. . I have 83k on the clock and trust it will do much more. There are many happy owners with Ford 4. I heads and intake on the 4.
I like the manual trans - makes good truck noises and is very rare these days in a full-size truck. I tried to see if the 4. Guess I dont have anything different to say about the 4. I drive 85 miles a day round trip and it averages 21 mpg at the speed limit, 18 to 19 above it. I only saw one post on a 2005 and it was about adding a performance exhaust. I had some custom exhaust work done too but mostly stock.
I would suggest running Motorcraft syn-blend,and motorcraft filter as the maintenance schedule suggests. I drove a 1984 F150 with a 300-6, 3 column shift tranny for 240K miles. I don't see too many 4. Just passed my four year anniversary with it and it still doesn't have 10,000 miles. All failures happened before the 60k mile mark. If it is in clean condition no major problems or damage and it drives well, get a pre-purchase inspection from a mechanic you trust.
Answer the questions, then we can talk about price. It had 36,000 showing and was absolutely pristeen. The rest of the time I am feathering the gas pedal enjoying throtel response and low-end torque. Just curious if this engine could make it to 200K. For more information about the 2006 F150, check our.