in city 18 and on freeways 21 max
Depends on the year, engine, transmission, and body style which you fail to list.
FUEL INJECTED OR CARB ? THERE IS A DIFFERANCE
The gas mileage of the Ford F-150 varies much like that of most automobiles. These pickup trucks range from up to 17 miles per gallon in the city to 23 miles per gallon on the highway.
Is the 1997 F150 Transmission is the same as the 1999 Expedition
I have a 92 ford f150 with the 300 ci motor and I'm getting 12 miles per gallon in the AZ desert, I idle a fair amount to cool off the cab. hope this helps.
You should be getting 10-15 mpg depending how you drive it
There isn't a carburetor , it's fuel injected
Fuel injected ones are
No, 97-03 F150's have a 5x135 lug pattern.
The average gas mileage in the city is close toÊ16 miles per gallon. The average highway miles is close toÊ18 miles per gallon.Ê
To remove the fan shroud from the 1999 Ford F150 you need a user manual to guide you.
The chevy truck is not the best gallon per mile truck when compared to the Ford F150. The Chevy has a city cruise range of 364.00 miles and a highway cruise range of 494.00 miles, where the Ford has a city range of 390.00 miles and a highway range of 546.00 miles.
The engines in a 1994 Ford F-150 are fuel injected so there is no carburetor
depending on the running condition, and the driving area, such as highway or city driving, its would cost you approx $254.00 with gas at $3.89 a gallon, while driving on the highway/interstate getting approx 16 miles to the gallon. Approx $300.00 with gas at $3.89 a gallon while driving within the city limits, getting 13 miles to the gallon.
5.4 v-8 is about 13-16 miles a gallon with tires in good condition & engine running normal.
A little more information please ( size of engine , automatic or manual transmission , rear wheel drive or 4x4 )
The speed sensor is mounted in the top of the rear differential on a 1999 F150. Remove the wires, then unbolt the sensor to remove it.
That would depend on how many miles you can drive with each gallon of fuel : If you get 15 MPG ( 360 miles divided by 15 MPG = 24 gallons x $3.70 = $88.80 ) If you get 19 MPG ( 360 miles divided by 19 MPG is almost 19 gallons x $3.70 = $70.30 )
Removing the spare tire from a 1999 Ford F150 is simple. All you have to do is get under the truck and unbolt the spare tire.
i seriously doubt it. there have been several engine modifications to the the Triton v8s since 1999.