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Introduction 4
Instrument Cluster 12
Warning and control lights 12
Gauges 15
Entertainment Systems 17
AM/FM stereo 17
AM/FM stereo cassette 19
AM/FM stereo with CD 21
AM/FM stereo with in-dash six CD 24
Rear seat entertainment system 28
Climate Controls 49
Heater only 49
Manual heating and air conditioning 50
Lights 52
Headlamps 52
Turn signal control 54
Bulb replacement 55
Driver Controls 60
Windshield wiper/washer control 60
Steering wheel adjustment 61
Power windows 65
Mirrors 65
Speed control 67
Locks and Security 70
Keys 70
Locks 70
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Introduction 4Instrument Cluster 12Warning and control lights 12Gauges 15Entertainment Systems 17AM/FM stereo 17AM/FM stereo cassette 19AM/FM stereo w

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These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle.Vehicle Symbol GlossarySafety AlertSee Owner’s GuideFasten Safety Belt Air Bag-FrontAir Bag-

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When installing a child safety seat:• Review and follow the informationpresented in the Air BagSupplemental Restraint Systemsection in this chapter.•

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Installing child safety seats with combination lap and shoulderbelts1. Position the child safety seat in aseat with a combination lap andshoulder belt

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3. While holding the shoulder andlap belt portions together, route thetongue through the child seataccording to the child seatmanufacturer’s instructi

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7. Pull the lap belt portion acrossthe child seat toward the buckle andpull up on the shoulder belt whilepushing down with your knee on thechild seat.

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Because the last row of seats is not equipped with either childtether or LATCH anchors and is spaced closer to the row ofseats in front, Do not use fo

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3. Route the child safety seat tetherstrap over the back of the frontright-hand passenger seat as shown.4. Clip the tether strap hook to theseat pedes

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6. Install the child safety seat tightly using the LATCH anchors or safetybelts. Follow the instructions in this chapter.7. Tighten the child safety s

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3. Clip the tether strap hook to theseat pedestal at the location shown.4. Install the child safety seat tightly using the LATCH anchors or safetybelt

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3. Clip the tether strap hook to thetether bracket mounted under rearrail of seat cushion frame.4. Install the child safety seat tightly using the LAT

Page 12 - Instrument Cluster

• Seven passenger wagon• Eight passenger wagon• Twelve passenger wagon• Fifteen passenger wagonrepresents LATCH anchors.represents tether strap anchor

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Vehicle Symbol GlossaryPower WindowsFront/RearPower Window LockoutChild Safety DoorLock/UnlockInterior LuggageCompartment ReleaseSymbolPanic Alarm Eng

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Never attach two LATCH child safety seats to the same anchor.In a crash, one anchor may not be strong enough to hold twochild safety seat attachments

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STARTINGPositions of the ignition1. ACCESSORY, allows the electricalaccessories such as the radio tooperate while the engine is notrunning.2. LOCK, lo

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Do not park, idle, or drive your vehicle in dry grass or other dryground cover. The emission system heats up the enginecompartment and exhaust system,

Page 17 - Entertainment Systems

• Make sure the gearshift is in P(Park).• Turn the key to 4 (ON) withoutturning the key to 5 (START).Make sure the corresponding lights illuminate or

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Note: If the engine does not start within five seconds on the first try,turn the key to 3 (OFF), wait 10 seconds and try again. If the engine stillfai

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keeping the brakes from locking. Noise from the ABS pump motor andbrake pedal pulsation may be observed during ABS braking; this isnormal and should b

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The parking brake is not recommended to stop a moving vehicle.However, if the normal brakes fail, the parking brake can be used to stopyour vehicle in

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Vehicles with a higher center of gravity such as utility andfour-wheel drive vehicles handle differently than vehicles with alower center of gravity.

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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OPERATIONBrake-shift interlockThis vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift interlock feature that preventsthe gearshift lever fr

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Understanding the gearshift positions of the 4–speed automatictransmissionThis vehicle is equipped with an adaptive Transmission Shift Strategy.Adapti

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WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMESWarning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that maybecome serious enough to cause expensive repairs. A wa

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N (Neutral)With the gearshift lever in N (Neutral), the vehicle can be started and isfree to roll. Hold the brake pedal down while in this position.(O

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• Selecting 2 (Second) at higher speeds will cause the transmission todownshift to second gear at the appropriate vehicle speed.1 (First)• Provides ma

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Do not rock the vehicle if the engine is not at normal operatingtemperature or damage to the transmission may occur.Do not rock the vehicle for more t

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D (Drive) without OverdriveD (Drive) without Overdrive can beactivated by pressing thetransmission control switch (TCS)on the end of the gearshift lev

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DRIVING THROUGH WATERIf driving through deep or standing water is unavoidable, proceed veryslowly especially if the depth is not known. Never drive th

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VEHICLE LOADING – WITH AND WITHOUT A TRAILERThis section will guide you in the proper loading of your vehicle and/ortrailer, to keep your loaded vehic

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Exceeding the Safety Certification Label axle weight rating limitscould result in substandard vehicle handling, performance,engine, transmission and/o

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GCW (Gross Combined Weight) – is the weight of the loaded vehicle(GVW) plus the weight of the fully loaded trailer.GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)

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Exceeding any vehicle weight rating limitation could result inserious damage to the vehicle and/or personal injury.Special loading instructions for ow

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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Brake system warning light: Toconfirm the brake system warninglight is functional, it willmomentarily illuminate when theignition is turned to the ON

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightsEngineRearaxleratioMaximumGCWR - kg(lbs.)MaximumLoadedTrailer Weight- kg (lbs.)Maximumfrontal area

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Safety chainsAlways connect the trailer’s safety chains to the frame or hook retainersof the vehicle hitch. To connect the trailer’s safety chains, cr

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• To eliminate excessive shifting, use a lower gear. This will also assistin transmission cooling.• Anticipate stops and brake gradually.When descendi

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Launching or retrieving a boatDisconnect the wiring to the trailer before backing the trailerinto the water. Reconnect the wiring to the trailer after

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Low fuel: Illuminates when the fuellevel in the fuel tank is at or nearempty (refer to Fuel gauge in thischapter).Check gage: Illuminates when anyof t

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GETTING ROADSIDE ASSISTANCETo fully assist you should you have a vehicle concern, Ford MotorCompany offers a complimentary roadside assistance program

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Canadian customers who require roadside assistance, call1–800–665–2006.If you need to arrange roadside assistance for yourself, Ford MotorCompany will

Page 49 - Climate Controls

Except for commercial strippedchassis vehicles, this switch islocated in the front passenger’sfootwell, by the kick panel.On commercial stripped chass

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FUSES AND RELAYSFusesIf electrical components in thevehicle are not working, a fuse mayhave blown. Blown fuses areidentified by a broken wire withinth

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To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panelcover.The fuses are coded as follows.Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Com

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Compartment Fuse PanelDescription6 10A Brake-shift interlock, Speed control(gasoline engine only)7 10A Multi

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Compartment Fuse PanelDescription24 — Not used25 10A Left headlamp (low beam)26 20A Cigar lighter, Diagnosti

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Power distribution boxThe power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. Thepower distribution box contains high-current fuses that prot

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPower Distribution BoxDescription3 10A* Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)module, A/C clutch4 20A* Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV)

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPower Distribution BoxDescription23 10A* Alternator24 20A* Trailer tow running lamps andback-up lamp relays25 — Not us

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GAUGESSpeedometer: Indicates thecurrent vehicle speed.Engine coolant temperaturegauge: Indicates engine coolanttemperature. At normal operatingtempera

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The relays are coded as follows:Relay location Description1 Interior lamps2 Open3 Roof marker lamps4 Battery saverEngine compartment relay moduleThe e

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CHANGING A FLAT TIREIf you get a flat tire while driving:• do not brake heavily.• gradually decrease the vehicle’s speed.• hold the steering wheel fir

Page 60 - Driver Controls

• Wet weather driving capability• All-Wheel Driving Capability (if applicable)• Load Leveling Adjustment (if applicable)When driving with the dissimil

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Tire change procedurePreparing to change the tireTo help prevent the vehicle from moving when you change a tire,be sure the parking brake is set, then

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• non-chassis cab vehicles: jackis located in the rear right-handside of the cargo area.• E-350 chassis cab vehicles(ifequipped): jack is strapped to

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7. Use the tapered end of the lug nut wrench to unscrew wheelornaments attached by retaining screws. Remove any wheel trim. Insertthe tapered end of t

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Rear axle jacking points - Allmodels except E-350 Dual RearWheel (DRW) and E-450:Rear axle jacking points - E-350Dual Rear Wheel (DRW) andE-450:Front

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If your vehicle has single rear wheels, thread the lug nuts on the studswith the beveled face toward the wheel.If your vehicle has dual rear wheels, t

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2. Slide the wheel partially under the vehicle and install the retainerthrough the wheel center. Pull on the cable to align the components atthe end o

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On all two-piece flat wheel nuts,apply one drop of motor oil betweenthe flat washer and the nut. Do notapply motor oil to the wheel nutthreads or the

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Trip odometer: Registers thekilometers (miles) of individualjourneys. Press the SELECT/RESETcontrol once to switch from theodometer to the trip odomet

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Preparing your vehicleWhen the battery is disconnected or a new battery is installed, thetransmission must relearn its shift strategy. As a result, th

Page 70 - Locks and Security

2. Connect the other end of the positive (+) cable to the positive (+)terminal of the assisting battery.3. Connect the negative (-) cable to the negat

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4. Make the final connection of the negative (-) cable to an exposedmetal part of the stalled vehicle’s engine, away from the battery and thecarbureto

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Removing the jumper cablesRemove the jumper cables in the reverse order that they wereconnected.1. Remove the jumper cable from the ground metal surfa

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3. Remove the jumper cable from the positive (+) terminal of the boostervehicle’s battery.4. Remove the jumper cable from the positive (+) terminal of

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WRECKER TOWINGIf you need to have your vehicle towed, contact a professional towingservice or, if you are a member of a roadside assistance program, y

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GETTING THE SERVICES YOU NEEDAt homeYou must take your Ford vehicle to an authorized Ford dealer forwarranty repairs. While any Ford dealership handli

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Ford Motor Company of Canada, LimitedP.O. Box 2000Oakville, Ontario L6J 5E41-800-565-3673 (FORD)www.ford.caIf you own a Lincoln vehicle and are away f

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In the United States, a warranty dispute must be submitted to theDispute Settlement Board before taking action under the Magnuson-MossWarranty Act, or

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The Dispute Settlement Board may not be available in all states. FordMotor Company reserves the right to change eligibility limitations, modifyprocedu

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AM/FM STEREO (IF EQUIPPED)1. Seek: Press/ to find thenext listenable station down/up thefrequency band.2. Tune: Press/ to manuallyadjust the radio fre

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from Ford and Lincoln Mercury dealership management, recognized fortheir business leadership qualities.What the Board needsTo have your case reviewed

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Making a decisionBoard members review all available information related to eachcomplaint, including oral presentations, and arrive at a fair and impar

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In the CAMVAP program, impartial third-party arbitrators conducthearings at mutually convenient times and places in an informalenvironment. These impa

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ORDERING ADDITIONAL OWNER’S LITERATURETo order the publications in this portfolio, contact Helm, Incorporated at:HELM, INCORPORATEDP.O. Box 07150Detro

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3. The vehicle is out of service for repair of nonconformities for a total ofmore than 30 calendar days (not necessarily all at one time)In the case o

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WASHING THE EXTERIORWash your vehicle regularly with cool or lukewarm water and a neutralPh shampoo, such as Motorcraft Detail Wash (ZC-3–A), which is

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• Do not allow paint sealant to come in contact with the sliding doorelectrical contact switches. Paint sealant or other contaminants couldinterfere w

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• Do not spray a hot engine with cold water to avoid cracking theengine block or other engine components.• Spray Motorcraft Engine Shampoo and Degreas

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• Do not use abrasives, as they may cause scratches.• Do not use fuel, kerosene, or paint thinner to clean any parts.• Wiper blades can be cleaned wit

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Do not use cleaning solvents, bleach or dye on the vehicle’sseatbelts, as these actions may weaken the belt webbing.LEATHER SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)Your le

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5. Power/volume: Press to turnON/OFF; turn to increase ordecrease volume levels.6. Tone: Press TONE until thedesired level — Bass, Treble, Fadeappears

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Motorcraft Extra Strength Upholstery Cleaner (not available in Canada)(ZC-41)Motorcraft Custom Bright Metal Cleaner (ZC-15)Motorcraft Wheel and Tire C

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SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONSTo help you service your vehicle:• We highlight do-it-yourself items in the engine compartment for easylocation.• We provide a

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OPENING THE HOOD1. Inside the vehicle, pull the hoodrelease handle located under thebottom left corner of the instrumentpanel.2. Go to the front of th

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1. Windshield washer fluid reservoir2. Engine oil filler cap3. Automatic transmission fluid dipstick4. Air filter assembly5. Engine oil dipstick6. Pow

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Washer fluids containing non-methanol antifreeze agents should be usedonly if they provide cold weather protection without damaging thevehicle’s paint

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• If the oil level is between the MIN and MAX marks, the oil level isacceptable. DO NOT ADD OIL.• If the oil level is below the MINmark, add enough oi

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Engine oil and filter recommendationsLook for this certificationtrademark.Use SAE 5W-20 engine oil.Only use oils “Certified For Gasoline Engines” by t

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BATTERYYour vehicle is equipped with aMotorcraft maintenance-free batterywhich normally does not requireadditional water during its life ofservice.How

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When lifting a plastic-cased battery, excessive pressure on theend walls could cause acid to flow through the vent caps,resulting in personal injury a

Page 100 - Seating and Safety Restraints

If the battery has been disconnected or a new battery has been installed,the clock and radio settings must be reset once the battery isreconnected.• A

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AM/FM STEREO CASSETTE (IF EQUIPPED)1. Balance: Press to shift sound tothe left/right speakers.2. Fade: Press to shift sound to therear/front speakers.

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When the engine is cold, check thelevel of the engine coolant in thereservoir.• The engine coolant should be at the “cold fill level” or within the “c

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Do not add engine coolant when the engine is hot. Steam andscalding liquids released from a hot cooling system can burn youbadly. Also, you can be bur

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coolant pressure relief cap on the radiator of a vehicle with an overflowsystem, follow these steps to add engine coolant.To reduce the risk of person

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Used engine coolant should be disposed of in an appropriatemanner. Follow your community’s regulations and standards for recyclingand disposing of aut

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What you should know about fail-safe cooling (if equipped)If the engine coolant supply is depleted, this feature allows the vehicle tobe driven tempor

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Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine isrunning or hot.5. Re-start the engine and take your vehicle to a service facility.Driving th

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• Extinguish all smoking materialsand any open flames beforefueling your vehicle.• Always turn off the vehicle beforefueling.• Automotive fuels can be

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• Place approved fuel container on the ground.• DO NOT fill a fuel container while it is in the vehicle (including thecargo area).• Keep the fuel pump

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Choosing the right fuelUse only UNLEADED FUEL. The use of leaded fuel is prohibited by lawand could damage your vehicle.Do not use fuel containing met

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Cleaner airFord endorses the use of reformulated “cleaner-burning” gasolines toimprove air quality.Running out of fuelAvoid running out of fuel becaus

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Seating and Safety Restraints 75Seating 75Safety restraints 81Air bags 91Child restraints 95Driving 111Starting 111Brakes 114Transmission operation 11

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4. Tape AMS: In tape mode, pressand hold to activate AutomaticMusic Search (allows you to quicklylocate the beginning of the tape selection being play

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amount of fuel in a full tank and a tank when the fuel gauge indicatesempty. Empty reserve is the small amount of fuel remaining in the fueltank after

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economy under current driving conditions. Additionally, keeping recordsduring summer and winter will show how temperature impacts fueleconomy. In gene

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• Perform all regularly scheduled maintenance items. Follow therecommended maintenance schedule and owner maintenance checksfound in your vehicle sche

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• Use only the specified fuel listed.• Avoid running out of fuel.• Do not turn off the ignition while your vehicle is moving, especially athigh speeds

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environment by ensuring that your vehicle continues to meetgovernment emission standards. The OBD-II system also assists theservice technician in prop

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CHECKING AND ADDING POWER STEERING FLUIDCheck the power steering fluid.Refer to the scheduled maintenanceguide for the service intervalschedules. If a

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BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIRThe fluid level will drop slowly asthe brakes wear, and will rise whenthe brake components are replaced.Fluid levels below the “M

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5. Remove the dipstick, wiping it clean with a clean, dry lint free rag. Ifnecessary, refer to Identifying components in the engine compartmentin this

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Adjusting automatic transmission fluid levelsBefore adding any fluid, make sure the correct type is used. The type offluid used is normally indicated

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Automatic transmission fluid filter (if equipped)The TorqShift automatictransmission is equipped with aserviceable external fluid filtermounted on the

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13. AM/FM: Press to choose afrequency band in radio mode.14. Bass: Press/ todecrease/increase the bass output.15. Treble: Press/ todecrease/increase t

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Changing the air filter element1. Disconnect the fresh air inlet tubefrom the radiator support.2. Loosen the clamp that securesthe two halves of the a

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These Tire Quality Grades are determined by standards that the UnitedStates Department of Transportation has set.Tire Quality Grades apply to new pneu

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Safety Standard No. 109. Grades B and A represent higher levels ofperformance on the laboratory test wheel than the minimum required bylaw.The tempera

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INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THE TIRE SIDEWALLFederal law requires tire manufacturers to place standardizedinformation on the sidewall of all tires. This

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7. H: Indicates the tire’s speed rating. The speed rating denotes thespeed at which a tire is designed to be driven for extended periods oftime under

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sidewall. Tire manufacturers also must indicate the ply materials in thetire and the sidewall, which include steel, nylon, polyester, and others.11. M

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Additional information contained on the tire sidewall for “LT” typetires“LT” type tires have some additionalinformation than those of “P” typetires; t

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Information on “T” type tiresT145/80D16 is an example of a tiresize.Note: The temporary tire size foryour vehicle may be different thanthis example.1.

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Use the recommended cold inflation pressure for optimum tireperformance and wear. Under-inflation or over-inflation may causeuneven treadwear patterns

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6. Visually inspect the tires to make sure there are no nails or otherobjects embedded that could poke a hole in the tire and cause an airleak.7. Chec

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1. Balance: Press / to shiftsound to the left/right speakers.2. Fade: Press/ to shiftsound to the front/rear speakers.3. SCN (Scan): Press to hear abr

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Tire and wheel alignmentA bad jolt from hitting a curb or pothole can cause the front end of yourvehicle to become misaligned or damage to your tires.

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• Front Wheel Drive (FWD)vehicles (front tires at top ofdiagram)• Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)vehicles/Four Wheel Drive (4WD)vehicles (front tires at top of

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Sometimes irregular tire wear can be corrected by rotating the tires.Note: If your tires show uneven wear ask a qualified technician at aFord or Linco

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• Severe abrasion on the sidewallIf your vehicle has a leak in the exhaust system, a road tire or the sparetire may be exposed to hot exhaust temperat

Page 140 - Roadside Emergencies

Tire explosions can cause death, personal injury or propertydamage. Do not allow anyone to stand near, directly ahead orbehind the spinning tire.Never

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• Remove the tire chains when they are no longer needed. Do not usetire chains on dry roads.• The suspension insulation and bumpers will help prevent

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Replace the spark plugs with ones that meet Ford material anddesign specifications for your vehicle, such as Motorcraft orequivalent replacement parts

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Fluid Ford PartNameApplication CapacityEnginecoolant-gasolineengine1MotorcraftPremium GoldEngine Coolant(yellow-colored)4.6L V8 engine 23.7L (25.0quar

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Fluid Ford PartNameApplication CapacityRear axle4Motorcraft SAE75W-90 FuelEfficient HighPerformanceSynthetic rearaxle lubricant2Visteon 8.8/9.75inch c

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Fluid Ford PartNameApplication CapacityFuel tank N/A All regular andextended lengthvans and wagons132.4L (35.0gallons)138 inchwheelbase(except E-Super

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11. Tune: In radio mode, press tomove up or down the frequencyband in individual increments.12. Seek: Press and releaseSEEK/ for previous/nextstrong s

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1Add the coolant type originally equipped in your vehicle.2If your vehicle’s rear axle is filled with a synthetic rear axle lubricant itis considered

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8If your vehicle is equipped with a single row radiator, there will be alabel on the top side of the radiator indicating “1 Row Radiator”.9Use of synt

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Item Ford partnameFord partnumberFordspecificationLock cylinders MotorcraftPenetrating andLock LubricantMotorcraft XL-1 nonePower steeringfluidMotorcr

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Item Ford partnameFord partnumberFordspecificationDana M70HD(M273HD)E-350 DSODana M60(M248)E-250/350 DSOlimited slip3SAE 75W-140Synthetic RearAxle Lub

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1Ensure the correct automatic transmission fluid is used. Transmissionfluid requirements are indicated on the dipstick or on the dipstickhandle. Check

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VEHICLE DIMENSIONSVan/wagon modelsE-150 E-250 E-350(1) Overall height 2050 mm (80.7in)2118 mm (83.4in)2136 mm(84.1 in)(2) Track front/rear 1763 (69.4)

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Cutaway/commercial stripped chassis modelsBody styleDimension E-250 E-350 E-450SuperDuty(1) OverallheightRefer to Body Builder for specifications.(2)

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Body style(3) OverallwidthRefer to Body Builder for specifications.(4)Wheelbase3150 mm (124 in) 3505 mm(138 in)4013 mm(158 in)4470 mm(176 in)4013 mm(1

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Certification label for incomplete vehiclesOn completed derivations of incomplete vehicles, the certification label isaffixed at a location determined

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Code Transmission DescriptionU Automatic 4–speed overdrive (4R70W)T Automatic 4–speed overdrive (4R44E)E Automatic 4–speed overdrive (4R100)J Automati

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PREMIUM IN-DASH SIX CD SOUND SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)1. Seek: Press and releaseSEEK/ for previous/nextstrong station, or track of thecurrent disc.2. Rewin

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GENUINE FORD ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR VEHICLEA wide selection of Genuine Ford Accessories are available for yourvehicle through your local authorized Ford

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Splash guardsStep barsTonneau coversTruck capsWheelsInterior styleCell phone holdersConsolesElectrochromatic compass/temperature interior mirrorsFloor

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Peace of mindAirbag anti-theft locksFirst aid and safety kitsFull vehicle coversLocking gas capNavigation systemsRemote startVehicle security systemsF

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AAccessory delay ...65Air bag supplemental restraintsystem ...91, 96and child safety seats ...

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wheels ...176wiper blades ...177Climate control (see Airconditioning or Heating) ...49,

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specifications ...231, 234Exhaust fumes ...114FFail safe cooling ...194Fluid capacities ...

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JJump-starting your vehicle ...159KKeyspositions of the ignition ...111LLampsbulb replacementspecifications chart ...55daytime

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for adults ...82–83for children ...95, 97lap belt ...85safety belt

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Water, Driving through ...124Windowspower ...65Windshield washer fluid andwipers ...

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6. Bass: Press BASS; then pressSEL/ to decrease/increasethe bass output.Treble: Press TREB; then pressSEL/ to decrease/increasethe treble output.7. Se

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10. Memory presets: To set astation: Select frequency bandAM/FM; tune to a station, press andhold a preset button until soundreturns.11. CD: Press to

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RADIO FREQUENCIESAM and FM frequencies are established by the Federal CommunicationsCommission (FCC) and the Canadian Radio and TelecommunicationsComm

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Don’t:• Expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended periodsof time.• Insert more than one disc into each slot of the CD changer magaz

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To operate the system:1. Your AutoVision威 system is automatically activated when the vehicleignition and the audio system are ON.Note: The VCP will no

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Maintenance and Specifications 181Engine compartment 182Engine oil 184Battery 187Fuel information 195Air filter(s) 210Tire Information 212Part numbers

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Should you have any questions regarding your AutoVision威 System,please feel free to call the toll free assistance hotline at 1 (877)848–6434.Safety in

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tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed toprovide reas

Page 175 - Cleaning

Humidity and moisture condensationMoisture in the air will condense in the VCP under extremely humidconditions or when moving from a cold place to a w

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AutoVision姞 systemFeatures• 2–head hi-fi playback• AutoPlay feature• Digital auto tracking• Dual stereo headphone with electric volume control• Self d

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VCP controls1. LED displayThe display lamp will light up in green when power is supplied to thevideocassette player.2. POWER keyPress to toggle betwee

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Remote control1. POWER buttonPress to turn the videocassette player (VCP) ON or OFF.2. ENCORE buttonPress to reverse the casssette for 5 seconds. Norm

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7. PLAY buttonPress to play the tape.8. REW buttonPress to rewind the tape.9. FF buttonPress to fast forward the tape.10. STOP buttonPress to stop the

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If you will not be using the remote control for a considerably long time,remove the batteries.AutoVision姞 controlsThe AutoVision威 controls allow the r

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Adjusting the volumeThis control allows the rear seatpassengers to adjust the volumelevel of the audio system.Press the + control to increase thevolum

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Speakers ON/OFF modeWith the speakers ON, you can adjust the audio output to all systemspeakers — front and rear together (headphones are disabled in

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CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 WarningWARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, andcertain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known toth

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Memory preset controlIn radio mode, press the MEM(Memory) control successively toscroll through the memory presetsin AM, FM1 or FM2.In CDDJ mode, pres

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Flip-down screensThe screens rotate down to view and up into the housing to store whennot in use. Ensure that the screens are latched into the housing

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Inserting/removing cassetteInserting cassette• Open the AutoVision威 console cover.• Insert the videocassette into the cassette compartment.Inserting a

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On-screen indicatorsPlayback operation1. Press the POWER control on the VCP.2. Insert a videocassette into the VCP.3. The videocassette should automat

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Encore (on remote control)• Press the ENCORE control while in playback mode.The VCP will reverse to the previous five seconds of the selection andthen

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Video source selectionThe MEDIA control determineswhich video (VCP or Auxiliaryinput) is seen on the AutoVision威screen.When the vehicle ignition is ON

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The following are some possible messages that may illuminate on yourLED display and their meanings.Illuminates when there is avideocassette in the sys

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Illuminates when the videocassetteis in PLAY mode.Illuminates when the videocassetteis in REV (review) mode.Illuminates when the videocassetteis in CU

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• Patch cords with RCA style connectorsThese parts are available in your local electronics store or call toll free1 (877) 848–6434 for assistance.Auxi

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HEATER ONLY SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. Fan speed adjustment: Controlsthe volume of air circulated in thevehicle.2. Temperature selection:Controls the tempe

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SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTIONWarning symbols in this guideHow can you reduce the risk of personal injury and prevent possibledamage to others, you

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MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. Fan speed adjustment: Controlsthe volume of air circulated in thevehicle.2. Temperature sele

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• Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base ofthe windshield.To aid in side window defogging/demisting in cold weather:1. Se

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HEADLAMP CONTROL• The first position turns on theparking, tail, license plate andside marker lamps.• The outer position turns on theheadlamps.Battery

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Always remember to turn on your headlamps at dusk or duringinclement weather. The Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) systemdoes not activate with your tail la

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AIMING THE HEADLAMPSThe headlamps on your vehicle are properly aimed at the assembly plant.If your vehicle has been in an accident the alignment of yo

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Front and rear courtesy/readinglampsThe dome portion of the lamp, thecenter light, can be turned on whenthe headlamp control is rotated fullycountercl

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Replacing headlamp bulbs (aerodynamic)1. Make sure headlamp switch is in the OFF position and open the hood.2. Push each clip tab toward theengine com

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Replacing headlamp bulbs (low series)1. Make sure headlamp switch is in the OFF position and open the hood.2. Remove the two headlamp screwsand bezel

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Replacing high-mount brakelamp bulbsThe interior cargo lamp (if equipped), on vehicles without a rearheadliner, will have to be removed from under the

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Replacing tail lamp/turn/backup lamp bulbs1. Turn the headlamp switch to theOFF position and then remove thefour screws and the lamp assemblyfrom vehi

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SPECIAL NOTICESEmission warrantyThe New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper-to-BumperCoverage, Safety Restraint Coverage, Corrosion Coverage, and

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MULTI-FUNCTION LEVERWindshield wiper: Rotate the endof the control away from you toincrease the speed of the wipers;rotate towards you to decrease the

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TILT STEERING WHEELTo adjust the steering wheel:1. Pull and hold the steering wheelrelease control toward you.2. Move the steering wheel up ordown unt

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1. Place Velcro hook onto side ofaftermarket transmitter opposite ofactuator control.2. Place the transmitter into storagecompartment, control down.3.

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The compass reading may be affected when you drive near largebuildings, bridges, power lines and powerful broadcast antenna. Magneticor metallic objec

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CELL PHONE USEThe use of Mobile Communications Equipment has become increasinglyimportant in the conduct of business and personal affairs. However,dri

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POWER WINDOWS (IF EQUIPPED)When closing the power windows, you should verify they are freeof obstructions and ensure that children and/or pets are not

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Telescoping mirrorThe spotter mirror has a swivel thatallows it to tilt up and down, andalso to tilt left and right to increaseside and rear visibilit

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SPEED CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)With speed control set, you can maintain a speed of 48 km/h (30 mph)or more without keeping your foot on the accelerator pe

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Increasing speed while using speed controlThere are two ways to set a higherspeed:• Press and hold the SET ACCELcontrol until you get to thedesired sp

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Turning off speed controlThere are two ways to turn off thespeed control:• Depress the brake pedal. This willnot erase your vehicle’spreviously set sp

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To access this information, special equipment must be directly connectedto the recording modules. Ford Motor Company and Ford of Canada donot access e

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KEYSThe key operates all locks on your vehicle. In case of loss, replacementkeys are available from your dealer.You should always carry a second key w

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Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the partyresponsible for compliance could void the user’s authority tooperate the equipment.The typ

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Sounding a panic alarmPressto activate the alarm. Press the control again, or turn theignition to the 1 (ACCESSORY) or 4 (ON) position to deactivate t

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Replacing lost remote entry transmittersIf you would like to have your remote entry transmitter reprogrammedbecause you lost one, or would like to buy

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Illuminated entryThe interior lamps illuminate when the remote entry system is used tounlock the door(s) or sound the personal alarm.The illuminated e

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SEATINGNotes:Reclining the seatback can cause an occupant to slide under theseat’s safety belt, resulting in severe personal injuries in theevent of a

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Pull lever up to adjust seatback.Using the manual lumbar supportThe lumbar support control islocated on the inboard side of thedriver’s seat.Turn the

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Press to raise or lower the rearportion of the seat cushion.Press the control to move the seatforward, backward, up or down.Quick release captains cha

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Stow the tongue end of thedetachable anchor.2. Pull the seat latch handle, thenpull the seat toward the right side ofthe vehicle to disengage four pin

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REAR SEATSAccessing the 3rd, 4th and 5th row seats (if equipped)To make access to the 4th and 5throw seats easier, attach the 3rd and4th row passenger

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Using your vehicle as an ambulanceIf your light truck is equipped with the Ford Ambulance PreparationPackage, it may be utilized as an ambulance. Ford

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2. Pull the LH/RH seat latchhandles, located under the seat,rearward to release the latch hookends from the front strikers.3. Move the seat rearward a

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SAFETY RESTRAINTSSafety restraints precautionsAlways drive and ride with your seatback upright and the lapbelt snug and low across the hips.To reduce

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Safety belts and seats can become hot in a vehicle that has beenclosed up in sunny weather; they could burn a small child. Checkseat covers and buckle

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When to use the automatic locking modeIn this mode, the shoulder belt is automatically pre-locked. The belt willstill retract to remove any slack in t

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After any vehicle collision, the safety belt systems at all outboardseating positions (except the driver position, which does nothave this feature) mu

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Front safety belt height adjustmentAdjust the height of the shoulderbelt so the belt rests across themiddle of your shoulder.To adjust the shoulder be

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Shorten and fasten the belt whennot in use.Safety belt warning light and indicator chimeThe safety belt warning light illuminates in the instrument cl

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If... Then...The driver’s safety belt is notbuckled approximately 5seconds after the safety beltwarning light has turned off...The BeltMinder feature

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Reasons given... Consider...“I was in a hurry” Prime time for an accident.BeltMinder reminds us to take a fewseconds to buckle up.“Seat belts don’t wo

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Deactivating/activating the BeltMinder featureRead steps1-5thoroughly before proceeding with thedeactivation/activation programming procedure.The Belt

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Notice to owners of natural gas fueled vehiclesBefore you drive your vehicle, be sure to read the Dedicated NaturalGas Vehicle supplement. This book c

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will flash 4 times per second for 3 seconds, followed by 3 seconds withthe light off, then followed by the airbag warning light flashing 4 timesper se

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AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)Important SRS precautionsThe SRS is designed to work withthe safety belt to help protect thedriver and righ

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)recommends a minimum distance of at least 25 cm (10 inches)between an occupant’s chest and t

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Children and air bagsChildren must always be properlyrestrained. Accident statisticssuggest that children are safer whenproperly restrained in the rea

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The air bags inflate and deflaterapidly upon activation. After air bagdeployment, it is normal to notice asmoke-like, powdery residue orsmell the burn

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Determining if the system is operationalThe SRS uses a readiness light in the instrument cluster or a tone toindicate the condition of the system. Ref

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Important SRS precautionsThe SRS is designed to work withthe safety belt to help protect thedriver and right front passengerfrom certain upper body in

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Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bagsupplemental restraint systems or its fuses. See your Ford orLincoln Mercury dealer.Children a

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Booster seats should be used until you can answer YES to ALL of thesequestions:• Can the child sit all the way backagainst the vehicle seat back withk

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Both can be used in any vehicle in a seating position equipped withlap/shoulder belts if your child is over 40 lbs.The shoulder belt should cross the

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