Ford 2007 Explorer Sport Trac v.1 Manuel de l'utilisateur

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Introduction 4
Instrument Cluster 12
Warning lights and chimes 12
Gauges 18
Entertainment Systems 21
AM/FM stereo with CD 21
AM/FM stereo with in-dash six CD 26
Climate Controls 36
Manual heating and air conditioning 36
Automatic temperature control 38
Lights 42
Driver Controls 51
Windshield wiper/washer control 51
Steering wheel adjustment 51
Power windows 55
Mirrors 59
Speed control 60
Moon roof 65
Message center 66
Locks and Security 96
Keys 96
Locks 96
Anti-theft system 107
Seating and Safety Restraints 110
Seating 110
Safety restraints 116
Airbags 131
Child restraints 145
Table of Contents
2007 07+ Explorer Sport Trac (esp)
Owners Guide (post-2002-fmt)
USA (fus)
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Page 1 - Table of Contents

Introduction 4Instrument Cluster 12Warning lights and chimes 12Gauges 18Entertainment Systems 21AM/FM stereo with CD 21AM/FM stereo with in-dash six C

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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 Airbag - FrontAirbag

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To replace the battery:1. Twist a thin coin between the twohalves of the remote entrytransmitter near the key ring. DONOT TAKE THE RUBBER COVERAND CIR

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How to reprogram your remote entry transmittersYou must have all remote entry transmitters (maximum of six)available before beginning this procedure.

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The illuminated entry system will turn off the interior lights if:• the ignition is turned to the 2 (ACC) or 3 (ON) position, or• the remote transmitt

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3. Enter your personal 5-digit code. Each number must be enteredwithin five seconds of each other.4. Press 1 • 2, 3 • 4or5• 6 to indicate which of the

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To lock all doors, press the 7 • 8 and the 9 • 0 at the same time.Note: The driver’s door must be closed. You do not need to enter thekeypad code firs

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2. Press the power door unlock control three times.3. Turn the ignition from the 3 (ON) to the 1 (OFF/LOCK) position.4. Press the power door unlock co

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Deactivating/activating autounlockYour vehicle comes with the autounlock feature activated. There are fourmethods to enable/disable this feature:• Thr

Page 10 - Introduction

6. Release the 3 • 4.The user should receive a horn chirp to indicate the system has beendisabled or a chirp followed by a honk to indicate the system

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Automatic armingThe vehicle is armed immediatelyafter switching the ignition to the 2(ACCESSORY) position.The theft indicator will flash everytwo seco

Page 12 - Instrument Cluster

Please read and understand theentire procedure before you begin.1. Insert the first previouslyprogrammed coded key into theignition.2. Turn the igniti

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

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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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Push control to lower head restraint.Adjusting the front manual seat (if equipped)Never adjust the driver’s seat or seatback when the vehicle ismoving

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Using the manual lumbar support (if equipped)For more lumbar support, turn thelumbar support control toward thefront of vehicle.For less lumbar suppor

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To reduce the risk of possible serious injury: Do not hang objectsoff seat back or stow objects in the seatback map pocket (ifequipped) when a child i

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Press the control to recline theseatback forward or rearward.Using the power lumbar support (if equipped)The power lumbar control is located on the ou

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REAR SEATSFolding down the 2nd row 60/40 seatsEnsure that the head restraint is in the down position and no objectssuch as books, purses or briefcases

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3. Lift up on the head restraint untilit locks into its original position.Before returning the seatback to its original position, make surethat cargo

Page 21 - Entertainment Systems

How does the Personal Safety System姟 work?The Personal Safety System娂 can adapt the deployment strategy of yourvehicle’s safety devices according to c

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because they are initially sitting very close to the airbag. For otheroccupants, this occurs when the occupant is not properly restrained bysafety bel

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Front safety belt energy management retractorsThe front outboard safety belt energy management retractors allowwebbing to be pulled out of the retract

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WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMESStandard instrument clusterOptional instrument clusterWarning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that may

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Never let a passenger hold a child on his or her lap while thevehicle is moving. The passenger cannot protect the child frominjury in a collision.All

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• This safety belt system has a retractor assembly that is designed toextend the safety belt webbing in a controlled manner. This helpsreduce the belt

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All safety restraints in the vehicle are combination lap and shoulderbelts. All of the passenger combination lap and shoulder belts have twotypes of l

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• Grasp the shoulder portion andpull downward until the entirebelt is pulled out.• Allow the belt to retract. As the belt retracts, you will hear a cl

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When the optional Safety Canopy娂 system, seat-mounted side airbags,and/or the front airbags are activated, the safety belt pretensioners forthe driver

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Second row comfort guideThe second row outboardlap/shoulder belt is equipped with abelt comfort guide. This guide isattached to the quarter trim panel

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Do not use extensions to change the fit of the shoulder beltacross the torso.Safety belt warning light and indicator chimeThe safety belt warning ligh

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Both the driver’s and passenger’s safety belt usages are monitored andeither may activate the BeltMinder威 feature. The warnings are the samefor the dr

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The following are reasons most often given for not wearing safety belts(All statistics based on U.S. data):Reasons given... Consider...“Crashes are ra

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Reasons given... Consider...“I have an airbag” Airbags offer greater protection whenused with safety belts. Frontal airbagsare not designed to inflate

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bulb works. If any light remains on after starting the vehicle, refer to therespective system warning light for additional information.Note: Some Warn

Page 36 - Climate Controls

The driver and front passenger BeltMinder威 features can bedeactivated/activated by performing the following procedure:Before following the procedure,

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Safety belt maintenanceInspect the safety belt systems periodically to make sure they workproperly and are not damaged. Inspect the safety belts to ma

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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 airbagsupplemental restraint systems or its fuses. See your authorizeddealer.Modifications to the fro

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How does the airbag supplemental restraint system work?The airbag SRS is designed toactivate when the vehicle sustainslongitudinal deceleration suffic

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Several air bag system components get hot after inflation. Do nottouch them after inflation.If the air bag has deployed, the air bag will not function

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The front passenger sensing system will disable (will not inflate) thefront passenger’s frontal airbag if:• the front passenger seat is unoccupied, or

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• When the front passenger sensing system enables the front passengerfrontal airbag (may inflate), the indicator will be unlit and stay unlit.If a per

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The front passenger sensing system may detect small or medium objectsplaced on the seat cushion. For most objects that are in the frontpassenger seat,

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To reduce the risk of possible serious injury:Do not stow objects in seat back map pocket (if equipped) orhang objects off seat back if a child is in

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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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Any alteration/modification to the front passenger seat mayaffect the performance of the front passenger sensing system.Determining if the system is o

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Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the airbag SRS, itsfuses or the seat cover on a seat containing an airbag. See yourauthorized dealer.All

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The airbag SRS is designed to activate when the vehicle sustains lateraldeceleration sufficient to cause the sensors to close an electrical circuittha

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Do not lean your head on the door. The Safety Canopy娂 couldinjure you as it deploys from the headliner.Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify th

Page 51 - Driver Controls

• A headliner that will flex to open above the side doors to allow SafetyCanopy娂 deployment.• The same warning light, electronic control and diagnosti

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If the Safety Canopy娂system has deployed, theSafety Canopy娂 will notfunction again. The SafetyCanopy娂 system (including theA, B and C pillar trim) mus

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Important child restraint precautionsYou are required by law to use safety restraints for children in the U.S.and Canada. If small children (generally

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Child booster seatsChildren outgrow a typical convertible or toddler seat when they weigh40 lb. (18 kg) and are around 4 years of age. Although the la

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Types of booster seatsThere are two types of belt-positioning booster seats:• Those that are backless.If your backless booster seat has aremovable shi

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Children and booster seats vary widely in size and shape. Choose abooster that keeps the lap belt low and snug across the hips, never upacross the sto

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• Optional instrument clusterEngine oil pressure: Illuminateswhen the oil pressure falls below thenormal range. Check the oil leveland add oil if need

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Never use pillows, books, or towels to boost a child. They canslide around and increase the likelihood of injury or death in acollision.SAFETY SEATS F

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Ford recommends the use of a child safety seat having a top tetherstrap. Install the child safety seat in a seating position with LATCH andtether anch

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2. Pull down on the shoulder beltand then grasp the shoulder beltand lap belt together.3. While holding the shoulder andlap belt portions together, ro

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5. To put the retractor in theautomatic locking mode, grasp theshoulder portion of the belt and pulldownward until all of the belt ispulled out and a

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Attaching child safety seats with tether strapsMost new forward-facing child safety seats include a tether strap whichgoes over the back of the seat a

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3. Locate the correct anchor for theselected rear seating position. Toinstall a tethered child seat in thefixed left rear seat of Adrenalinvehicles, f

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5. Clip the tether strap to theanchor and return the seat back toits locked position. For Adrenalinvehicles fixed left rear seat, clip thetether hook

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Your vehicle has LATCH anchors for child seat installation at the seatingpositions marked with the child seat symbol:Never attach two LATCH child safe

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you install a child seat at the center 2nd row position, use the vehiclebelt and the top tether anchor.Follow the child seat manufacturer’s instructio

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NOTICE TO UTILITY VEHICLE AND TRUCK OWNERSUtility vehicles and trucks handledifferently than passenger cars inthe various driving conditions thatare e

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information on this system, refer to Understanding Your Tire PressureMonitoring System in the Tires, Wheels and Loading chapter.Check fuel cap: Illumi

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Power is supplied to all four wheelsthrough a transfer case or powertransfer unit. 4WD vehicles allowyou to select different drive modesas necessary.

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• Narrower — to provide greatermaneuverability in tight spaces,particularly in off-road use.As a result of the above dimensionaldifferences, SUV’s and

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government test course. For example, a tire graded 150 would wear oneand one-half (1 1/2) times as well on the government course as a tiregraded 100.

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• Tire Identification Number (TIN): A number on the sidewall ofeach tire providing information about the tire brand andmanufacturing plant, tire size

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At least once a month and before long trips, inspect each tire and checkthe tire pressure with a tire gauge (including spare, if equipped). Inflateall

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If you are checking tire pressure when the tire is hot, (i.e. driven morethan 1 mile [1.6 km]), never “bleed” or reduce air pressure. The tires arehot

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the tire and make necessary repairs. Also inspect the tire sidewalls forcracking, cuts, bruises and other signs of damage or excessive wear. Ifinterna

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U.S. DOT Tire Identification Number (TIN)Both U.S. and Canada Federal regulations require tire manufacturers toplace standardized information on the s

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Safety practicesDriving habits have a great deal to do with your tire mileage and safety.• Observe posted speed limits• Avoid fast starts, stops and t

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Tire rotationRotating your tires at the recommended interval (as indicated in thescheduled maintenance information that comes with your vehicle) willh

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Four wheel drive high (ifequipped): Illuminates whenfour-wheel drive is engaged. If thelight fails to illuminate when the ignition is turned ON, or re

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INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THE TIRE SIDEWALLBoth U.S. and Canada Federal regulations require tire manufacturers toplace standardized information on the

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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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10. Tire Ply Composition and Material Used: Indicates the number ofplies or the number of layers of rubber-coated fabric in the tire tread andsidewall

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

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Information on “T” type tires“T” type tires have some additionalinformation beyond those of “P”type tires; these differences aredescribed below:T145/8

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TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)Each tire, including the spare (ifprovided), should be checkedmonthly when cold and inflated tothe inflation pre

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Changing tires with TPMSEach road tire is equipped witha tire pressure sensor fastenedto the inside rim of the wheel.The pressure sensor is coveredby

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When you believe your system is not operating properlyThe main function of the Tire Pressure Monitoring System is to warn youwhen your tires need air.

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Low Tire PressureWarning LightPossible cause Customer Action RequiredFlashing WarningLightSpare tire in use Your temporary spare tire is inuse. Repair

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underinflated, carefully drive the vehicle to the nearest location whereair can be added to the tires. Inflate all the tires to the recommendedinflati

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Parking brake ON warning chime: Sounds when the parking brake isset, the engine is running and the vehicle is driven more than 3 mph(5 km/h).Message c

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Vehicle Curb Weight – is the weight of your new vehicle when youpicked it up from your authorized dealer plus any aftermarketequipment.Payload – is th

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Example only:Cargo Weight – includes all weight added to the Base Curb Weight,including cargo and optional equipment. When towing, trailer tongue load

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GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) – is the maximum allowableweight that can be carried by a single axle (front or rear). Thesenumbers are shown on the S

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GVWR (Gross Vehicle WeightRating) – is the maximumallowable weight of the fully loadedvehicle (including all options,equipment, passengers and cargo).

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10–15% (conventional trailer) or king pin weight of 15–25% (fifth wheeltrailer), and driver only (150 lb. [68 kg]). Consult your authorizeddealer (or

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6. If your vehicle will be towing a trailer, load from your trailer will betransferred to your vehicle. Consult this manual to determine how thisreduc

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Special loading instructions for owners of pickup trucks andutility-type vehiclesFor important information regarding safe operation of this typeof veh

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Your vehicle is equipped with a standard Class II integrated hitch andrequires only a draw bar and ball with a 19 mm (3/4 inch) shankdiameter. An opti

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4WDGCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightEngine Rear axle ratio MaximumGCWR-lb. (kg)Trailer weightrange-lb. (kg)(0-Maximum)4.0L SOHC Class

Page 100 - Locks and Security

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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Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine isrunning or hot.Odometer: Registers the total miles (kilometers) of the vehicle.• Standard in

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Driving while you towWhen towing a trailer:• Keep your speed no faster than 70 mph (112 km/h) during the first500 miles (800 km) of towing a trailer,

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equipped. Refer to the Maintenance and Specifications chapter forthe lubricant specification. Remember that regardless of the rear axlelube used, do n

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Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) 4x2 vehicles:This applies to all 4x2 trucks/sport utilities with rear wheel drivecapability.• Place the transmission in N (Neut

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STARTINGPositions of the ignition1. OFF/LOCK, shuts off the engineand all accessories/locks the steeringwheel, gearshift lever and allows keyremoval.2

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• Make sure the parking brake isset.• Make sure the gearshift is in P(Park).3. Turn the key to 3 (ON) withoutturning the key to 4 (START).Some warning

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Starting the engine1. Turn the key to 3 (ON) withoutturning the key to 4 (START). Ifthere is difficulty in turning the key,rotate the steering wheel u

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To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not use your heaterwith ungrounded electrical systems or two-pronged (cheater)adapters.BRAKESOccasional bra

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Parking brakeApply the parking brake wheneverthe vehicle is parked. To set theparking brake, press the parkingbrake pedal down until the pedalstops.Th

Page 110 - Seating and Safety Restraints

ADVANCETRAC姞 WITH ROLL STABILITY CONTROL姟 (RSC)STABILITY ENHANCEMENT SYSTEMThe AdvanceTrac威 with RSC system provides stability enhancementfeatures suc

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If the vehicle is stuck in snow or mud or when driving in deep sand,switching off the AdvanceTrac with RSC system may be beneficial so thewheels are a

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Tires, Wheels and Loading 159Tire Information 161Tire Inflation 163Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) 175Vehicle loading 179Trailer towing 186Recr

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Tachometer: Indicates the enginespeed in revolutions per minute.Driving with your tachometerpointer continuously at the top ofthe scale may damage the

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Driving conditions that may activate AdvanceTrac威 with RSC include:• Emergency lane-change• Taking a turn too fast• Quick maneuvering to avoid an acci

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All these conditions are normal during AdvanceTrac威 with RSCoperation. Refer to the following table.AdvanceTrac威 with RSC FeaturesButtonfunctions“Slid

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STEERINGTo prevent damage to the power steering system:• Never hold the steering wheel at its furthest turning points (until itstops) for more than a

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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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4. Apply the brake and shift into N (Neutral).5. Return the cover plug to the console access hole. Start the vehicle.If it is necessary to use the abo

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Driving with a 5–speed automatic transmission (if equipped)This vehicle is equipped with an Adaptive Transmission Control Strategy.This Adaptive Trans

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P (Park)This position locks the transmissionand prevents the rear wheels fromturning.To put your vehicle in gear:• Start the engine• Depress the brake

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D (Drive) without OverdriveOverdrive can be deactivated bypressing the transmission controlswitch on the side of the gearshiftlever.• This position al

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Forced downshifts• Allowed in D (Overdrive) or Drive.• Depress the accelerator to the floor.• Allows transmission to select an appropriate gear.Drivin

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P (Park)This position locks the transmissionand prevents the rear wheels fromturning.To put your vehicle in gear:• Depress the brake pedal• Start the

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AUDIO SYSTEMSAM/FM Single CD/MP3 Satellite Compatible sound system(if equipped)Accessory delay: Your vehicle is equipped with accessory delay. Withthi

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D (Drive) without OverdriveOverdrive can be deactivated bypressing the transmission controlswitch on the side of the shift lever.• This position allow

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• Allows upshifts by moving gearshift lever.• Will not downshift into 1 (First) at high speeds; allows for 1 (First)when vehicle reaches slower speeds

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• 4X4 LOW – momentarilyilluminates when the vehicle isstarted. Illuminates when 4X4LOW (4WD Low) is selected.Using the Control Trac 4WD system4X4 AUTO

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Driving off-road with truck and utility vehicles4WD vehicles are specially equipped for driving on sand, snow, mud andrough terrain and have operating

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• It often may be less risky to strike small objects, such as highwayreflectors, with minor damage to your vehicle rather than attempt asudden return

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• In the event of an emergency stop, avoid skidding the tires and do notattempt any sharp steering wheel movements.Vehicles with a higher center of gr

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Power is supplied to all four wheelsthrough a transfer case. On 4WDvehicles, the transfer case allowsyou to select 4WD when necessary.Information on t

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Once through water, always try the brakes. Wet brakes do not stop thevehicle as effectively as dry brakes. Drying can be improved by movingyour vehicl

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When climbing a steep slope or hill,start in a lower gear rather thandownshifting to a lower gear from ahigher gear once the ascent hasstarted. This r

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Avoid sudden braking as well. Although a 4WD vehicle may acceleratebetter than a two-wheel drive vehicle in snow and ice, it won’t stop anyfaster, bec

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2. MUTE/Phone: Press to mute theplaying media. Press again to returnto the playing media.3. MENU: Press to toggle throughthe following modes:Setting t

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DRIVING THROUGH WATERIf driving through deep or standingwater is unavoidable, proceed veryslowly especially when the depth isnot known. Never drive th

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ROADSIDE ASSISTANCEGetting roadside assistanceTo fully assist you should you have a vehicle concern, Ford MotorCompany offers a complimentary roadside

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Canadian customers refer to your Owner Information Guide forinformation on:• coverage period• exact fuel amounts• towing of your disabled vehicle• eme

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HAZARD FLASHERThe hazard flasher is located on thesteering column, just behind thesteering wheel. The hazard flasherswill operate when the ignition is

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The fuel pump shut-off switch islocated in the passenger’s foot well,by the kick panel.Use the following procedure to reset the fuel pump shut-off swi

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Note: Always replace a fuse with one that has the specified amperagerating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause severe wiredamage and

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Passenger compartment fuse panelThe fuse panel is located below theinstrument panel on the driver’sside.To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool prov

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Compartment FusePanel Description8 15A Ignition switch power, PATS9 2A 6-speed transmission/PCM (IgnitionRUN

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Compartment FusePanel Description28 10A Manual/DEATC climate controlCB1 25A WindowsThe following relays are

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The high-current fuses are coded as follows:Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPower Distribution BoxDescription1 50A** BATT 2 (SJB)2 50A** BATT 3 (SJB)3

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to access and use / to adjust. The recommended level is 1–3.Level 0 (SPEED OFF) turns the feature off and level 7 is the maximumsetting.Track/Folder M

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPower Distribution BoxDescription15 40A** Not used16 40A** Blower motor17 30A** Trailer tow electronic brakes18 — Not

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPower Distribution BoxDescription42 15A* Speed control deactivationswitch, EVMV, MAFS, HEGO,EVR, CMS, (VCT1, VCT2, CMC

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Have a flat serviced by an authorized dealer in order to prevent damageto the TPMS sensor, refer to Changing tires with TPMS in the Tires,Wheels and L

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• Use snow chains on the end of the vehicle with the dissimilar sparetire• Use more than one dissimilar spare tire at a time• Use commercial car washi

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When driving with the full-size dissimilar spare tire/wheel additionalcaution should be given to:• Towing a trailer• Driving vehicles equipped with a

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Location of the spare tire and toolsThe spare tire and tools for your vehicle are stowed in the followinglocations:Tool LocationSpare tire Under the v

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Removing the spare tire1. Assemble the jack handle to thelug wrench by sliding the squareend of the jack handle through theplastic grommet on the lug

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Changing the spare tireTo help prevent the vehicle from moving when you change a tire,be sure the parking brake is set, then block the wheel that isdi

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4. Position the jack according to theillustrated guides and turn the jackhandle clockwise until the tire is amaximum of 1 inch (25 mm) off theground.T

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8. Remove the jack and fully tightenthe lug nuts in the order shown.Refer to Wheel lug nut torquespecifications later in this chapterfor the proper lu

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6. Play/Pause: This control isoperational in CD mode. When a CDis playing, press to pause or play thecurrent CD. The CD status willdisplay in the radi

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Stowing the jack and tools1. Unblock the wheels.2. Stow the wheel ornament (if removed) in a safe location in the vehicle(such as the glove box or jac

Page 159 - Tires, Wheels and Loading

JUMP STARTINGThe gases around the battery can explode if exposed to flames,sparks, or lit cigarettes. An explosion could result in injury orvehicle da

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Connecting the jumper cables1. Connect the positive (+) jumper cable to the positive (+) terminal ofthe discharged battery.Note: In the illustrations,

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3. Connect the negative (-) cable to the negative (-) terminal of theassisting battery.4. Make the final connection of the negative (-) cable to the g

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Do not connect the end of the second cable to the negative (-)terminal of the battery to be jumped. A spark may cause anexplosion of the gases that su

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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 dealer for warrantyrepairs. While any authorized dealer handling

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In Canada:Customer Relationship CentreFord Motor Company of Canada, LimitedP.O. Box 2000Oakville, Ontario L6J 5E41-800-565-3673 (FORD) yo

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In some states (in the U.S.) you must directly notify Ford in writingbefore pursuing remedies under your state’s warranty laws. Ford is alsoallowed a

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In Satellite radio mode (if equipped), press and release to enter TEXTMODE and display the current song title. While in TEXT MODE, pressagain to scrol

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THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU (BBB) AUTO LINE PROGRAM(U.S. ONLY)Your satisfaction is important to Ford Motor Company and to your dealer.Experience has sh

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authorized dealer to resolve a factory-related vehicle service concernhave been unsatisfactory, Ford of Canada participates in an impartialthird party

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GETTING ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADABefore exporting your vehicle to a foreign country, contact theappropriate foreign embassy or consulate.

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Or call:For a free publication catalog, order toll free: 1-800-782-4356Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ESTHelm, Incorporated can also be reached b

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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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WAXINGApplying Motorcraft Paint Sealant (ZC-45) to your vehicle every sixmonths will assist in reducing minor scratches and paint damage.• Wash the ve

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ENGINEEngines are more efficient when they are clean because grease and dirtbuildup keep the engine warmer than normal. When washing:• Take care when

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4.0L SOHC V6 Engine4.6L V8 Engine• Never wash or rinse the engine while it is running; water in therunning engine may cause internal damage.PLASTIC (N

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coatings, tree sap, or other organic contamination; these contaminantsmay cause squeaking or chatter noise from the blades, and streaking andsmearing

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INTERIORFor fabric, carpets, cloth seats, safety belts and seats equipped with sideairbags:• Remove dust and loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner.• Remove

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Audiophile AM/FM In-dash Six CD/MP3 Satellite Compatible SoundSystem (if equipped)Accessory delay: Your vehicle is equipped with accessory delay. With

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FORD AND LINCOLN MERCURY CAR CARE PRODUCTSYour Ford or Lincoln Mercury authorized dealer has many qualityproducts available to clean your vehicle and

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SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS• Use the scheduled maintenance information to track routineservice.• Use only recommended fuels, lubricants, fluids and servic

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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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IDENTIFYING COMPONENTS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT4.0L SOHC V6 engine1. Engine oil filler cap2. Engine oil dipstick (out of view)3. Brake fluid reservoi

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4.6L V8 engine1. Air filter assembly2. Engine oil filler cap3. Engine oil dipstick4. Brake fluid reservoir5. Power distribution box6. Battery7. Power

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WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUIDAdd fluid to fill the reservoir if thelevel is low. In very cold weather, donot fill the reservoir completely.Only use a washer

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CHANGING THE WIPER BLADES1. Pull the wiper arm away from thevehicle. Turn the blade at an anglefrom the wiper arm. Push the lockpin manually to releas

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine6. Wipe the indicator clean. Insert the indicator fully, then remove itagain.• If the oil level is between the lower a

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine• Oil levels above the upper hole may cause engine damage. Some oilmust be removed from the engine by an authorized de

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5. Fully install the engine oil filler cap by turning the filler cap clockwiseuntil three clicks can be heard.To avoid possible oil loss, DO NOT opera

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2. MUTE/Phone: Press to mute theplaying media. Press again to returnto the playing media.3. MENU: Press to toggle throughthe following modes:Setting t

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4.6L EngineLook for this certificationtrademark.Use SAE 5W-20 engine oil.Only use oils “Certified For Gasoline Engines” by the AmericanPetroleum Insti

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

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Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead andlead compounds. Wash hands after handling.Because your vehicle’s engine is electronic

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• Always dispose of automotivebatteries in a responsible manner.Follow your local authorizedstandards for disposal. Call yourlocal authorized recyclin

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine• The engine coolant should be at the “FULL COLD” level as listed onthe engine coolant reservoir (depending upon appli

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Adding engine coolantWhen adding coolant, make sure it is a 50/50 mixture of engine coolantand distilled water. Add the mixture to the coolant reservo

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For vehicles with overflow coolant systems with a non-pressurized capon the coolant recovery system, add coolant to the coolant recoveryreservoir when

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Recycled engine coolantFord Motor Company does NOT recommend the use of recycled enginecoolant in vehicles originally equipped with Motorcraft Premium

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• Refer to the chart on the coolant container to ensure thecoolant concentration in your vehicle will provide adequateprotection at the temperatures i

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Oil overheat can be triggered in severe driving conditions, such astowing heavy loads over mountainous terrain in extreme hottemperatures. As oil temp

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When the six strongest stations are filled, the station stored in preset 1 willbegin playing. If there are less than six strong stations, the system w

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The fuel system may be under pressure. If the fuel filler cap isventing vapor or if you hear a hissing sound, wait until it stopsbefore completely rem

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• Be particularly careful if you are taking “Antabuse” or other forms ofdisulfiram for the treatment of alcoholism. Breathing gasoline vapors,or skin

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Fuel Filler CapYour fuel tank filler cap has an indexed design with a 1/4 turn on/offfeature.When fueling your vehicle:1. Turn the engine off.2. Caref

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Choosing the right fuelUse only UNLEADED FUEL. The use of leaded fuel is prohibited by lawand could damage your vehicle.Your vehicle was not designed

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Many of the world’s automakers approved the World-wide Fuel Charter thatrecommends gasoline specifications to provide improved performance andemission

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The amount of usable fuel in the empty reserve varies and shouldnot be relied upon to increase driving range. When refueling yourvehicle after the fue

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Driving style — good driving and fuel economy habitsGive consideration to the lists that follow and you may be able to changea number of variables and

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• Carrying unnecessary weight may reduce fuel economy (approximately1 mpg [0.4 km/L] is lost for every 400 lb [180 kg] of weight carried).• Adding cer

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If other than Ford, Motorcraft or Ford-authorized parts are used formaintenance replacements or for service of components affectingemission control, s

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2. Poor fuel quality or water in the fuel.3. The fuel cap may not have been securely tightened. See Fuel fillercap in this chapter.These temporary mal

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5. Seek: Press to access theprevious () or next ( ) strongstation or CD track.In Satellite Radio mode (ifequipped), pressSEEK to seek to the previous/

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1. Start the engine and let it rununtil it reaches normal operatingtemperature (the engine coolanttemperature gauge indicator will benear the center o

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Transmission fluid should be checked and, if required, fluidshould be added by an authorized dealer.Do not use supplemental transmission fluid additiv

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When changing the air filter element, use only the Motorcraft air filterelement listed. Refer to Motorcraft part numbers in this chapter.To reduce the

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Replace the PCV valve with one that meets Ford material anddesign specifications for your vehicle, such as a Motorcraft orequivalent replacement part.

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MAINTENANCE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND CAPACITIESItem CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationBrake fluidFill to line o

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Item CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationCooling system stopleak pellets—Motorcraft CoolingSystem Stop Leak Pellets

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Item CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationTransfer case fluid(4WD)1.5 quarts (1.4L)Motorcraft MERCON威Multi-Purpose A

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ENGINE DATAEngine 4.0L SOHC V6engine4.6L 3V V8engineCubic inches 245 281Required fuel 87 octane 87 octaneFiring order 1-4-2-5-3-6 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8Ignit

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VEHICLE DIMENSIONSDimensions Inches (mm)(1) Overall length 210.2 (5338.3)(2) Overall width 73.7 (1872.7)(3) Maximum height* 71.9 (1825.6)(4) Wheelbase

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IDENTIFYING YOUR VEHICLESafety Compliance Certification LabelThe National Highway Traffic SafetyAdministration Regulations requirethat a Safety Compli

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Maintenance and Specifications 261Engine compartment 263Engine oil 266Battery 271Engine Coolant 273Fuel information 279Air filter(s) 291Part numbers 2

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12. Memory presets: To set astation, select the desired frequencyband, AM, FM1 or FM2. Tune to thedesired station. Press and hold a preset button unti

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Vehicle identification numberThe vehicle identification number(VIN) is a 17 digit combination ofletters and numbers. The VIN isattached to a metal tag

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TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE CODE DESIGNATIONSYou can find atransmission/transaxle code on theSafety Compliance CertificationLabel. The following table tell

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

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Interior styleConsolesElectrochromatic compass/temperature interior mirrorsFloor matsLifestyleAsh cup / smoker’s packageCargo organization and managem

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• To avoid interference with other vehicle functions, such as anti-lockbraking systems, amateur radio users who install radios and antennasonto their

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AAccessory delay ...56AdvanceTrac ...198Air cleaner filter ...291–292Air conditioning ..

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wheels ...255wiper blades ...257Climate control (see Airconditioning or Heating) ...

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refill capacities ...297specifications ...294, 297Exhaust fumes ...195FFail safe cooling ..

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KKeyless entry system ...102autolock ...104–105keypad ...102locking and unlockin

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Relays ...224Remote entry system ...97–98illuminated entry ...101locking/unlocking doors

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16. CD: Press to enter CD mode. Ifa CD is already loaded into thesystem, CD play will begin where itended last. If no CD is loaded, NO DISC will appea

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tire grades ...162treadwear ...161, 166Tonneau cover ...91Towing ...

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Don’t:• Expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended periodsof time.• Clean using a circular motion.CD units are designed to play comm

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• Station overload: When you pass a ground based broadcast repeatingtower, a stronger signal may overtake a weaker one and result in anaudio mute.Unli

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Radio Display Condition Action RequiredACQUIRING Radio requires morethan two seconds toproduce audio for theselected channel.No action required.This m

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Radio Display Condition Action RequiredNO TEXT Song title informationnot available.Song title informationnot available at thistime on this channel.The

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MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. Temperature selection:Controls the temperature of theairflow in the vehicle.2. Air flow sele

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• Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base ofthe windshield.• To improve the A/C cool down when the vehicle interior issign

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DUAL AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (DATC) SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. A/C control: Press to turn onthe air conditioning. Press again toturn off the air cond

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4. MAX A/C: Distributesrecirculated air through theinstrument panel vents to cool thevehicle. This recooling of theinterior air is more economical and

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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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14. Driver’s side temperaturecontrol: Press to increase ordecrease the temperature on thedriver side of the cabin. This controlalso sets the passenger

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To allow side window defogging and demisting while warming up thevehicle cabin:1. Select.2. Select A/C.3. Set the temperature control to maintain comf

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HEADLAMP CONTROLTurns the lamps off.Turns on the parking lamps,instrument panel lamps, licenseplate lamps and tail lamps.Turns the headlamps on.Autola

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Push the headlamp control towards the instrument panel to deactivatethe foglamps.Daytime running lamps (DRL) (if equipped)To activate DRL:• the igniti

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PANEL DIMMER CONTROLUse to adjust the brightness of theinstrument panel when exteriorlights are on.• Rotate the thumbwheel from leftto right to bright

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3. Turn on the low beam headlamps.The brightest part of the lightshould be below the horizontal line(4). If it is above the line theheadlamp will need

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Cargo/reading lampsThe dome portion of the lamp orthe center light can be turned onwhen the panel dimmer control isrotated past the detent or when ado

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Function Number of bulbs Trade numberSide park/turn lamp 2 194Rear stop/tail/turnlamp24057KRear backup lamp 2 921High-mount brakelamp 1 921Cargo lamp

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3. Disconnect the electricalconnector.4. Remove the old bulb by turningcounterclockwise and pull it out.Handle a halogen headlamp bulb carefully and k

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Replacing tail/brake/turn/backup lamp bulbs1. Turn the headlamp switch to OFFand open the tailgate.2. Remove the two bolts from thelamp assembly.3. Re

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Fuel pump shut-off switch: In the event of an accident thesafety switch will automatically cut off the fuel supply to theengine. The switch can also b

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Replacing license plate lamp bulbsThe license plate bulbs are locatedbehind the rear bumper. To changethe license plate lamp bulbs:1. Reach behind the

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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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Lift the lever back to its originalposition to lock the steering column.Never adjust the steeringcolumn when the vehicle ismoving.ILLUMINATED VISOR MI

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Storage compartmentPress the latch to open the storagecompartment.Installing a garage door opener (if equipped)The storage compartment can be converte

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AUXILIARY POWER POINT (12VDC)Power outlets are designed for accessory plugs only. Do not insertany other object in the power outlet as this will damag

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Truck bed auxiliary power pointAn additional auxiliary power pointis located in the bed of the truck(12V 20AMP max).Lift the cover to access the auxil

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Press and pull the window switchesto open and close windows.• Push down (to the first detent)and hold the switch to open.• Pull up and hold the switch

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Power Down Back Window (if equipped)To operate the power down back window, the ignition switch must be inthe On or Accessory position (or with accesso

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3. Window is moving up and is between vent and closed4. Window is moving down and is between vent and down5. Window is moving up and is between down a

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AUTOMATIC DIMMING INSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (IF EQUIPPED)Your vehicle may be equipped withan inside rear view mirror with anauto-dimming function. Theel

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BREAKING-IN YOUR VEHICLEYour vehicle does not need an extensive break-in. Try not to drivecontinuously at the same speed for the first 1,000 miles (1,

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Fold-away mirrorsCarefully pull the outside mirrorsinwards when driving through anarrow space, like an automatic carwash.POWER ADJUSTABLE FOOT PEDALS

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Setting speed controlThe controls for using your speedcontrol are located on the steeringwheel for your convenience.1. Press the ON control and releas

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Resuming a set speedPress the RES (resume) control andrelease it. This will automaticallyreturn the vehicle to the previouslyset speed. The RES contro

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Turning off speed controlThere are two ways to turn off the speed control:• Depress the brake pedal. This will not erase your vehicle’s previouslyset

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In AM, FM1, or FM2 mode:• PressSEEK toselect preset stations within theselected radio band or press andhold to select the next/previousradio frequency

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Press FAN + or - to adjust fanspeed.MOON ROOF (IF EQUIPPED)You can move the glass panel of the moon roof back to open or tilt up(from the closed posit

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Bounce back override: To override bounce back, within 2 seconds afterreaching bounce back position, if the switch is held in the close positionthe moo

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Info menuThis menu displays the following control displays:• Odometer/Trip Odometer (Trip A and Trip B)• Distance to Empty• Average Fuel Economy• Setu

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• Differences in the automatic shut-off points on the fuel pumps atservice stations• Variations in top-off procedure from one fill-up to another• Roun

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The sequence of the system check report and how it appears in themessage center is as follows:1. OIL LIFE RESET2. CHARGING SYSTEM3. WASHER FLUID4. DOO

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Service Data RecordingService data recorders in your vehicle are capable of collecting andstoring diagnostic information about your vehicle. This pote

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LanguageNote: When entering the SETUP MENU and a non-English language hasbeen selected, “PRESS RESET FOR ENGLISH” will be displayed tochange back to E

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3. Press the TRIP/RESET control switch for the next SETUP MENU itemor wait for more than 4 seconds to return to the INFO MENU.AutounlockThis feature a

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Most geographic areas (zones) have a magnetic north compass point thatvaries slightly from the northerly direction on maps. This variation is upto fou

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Compass calibration adjustmentPerform compass calibration in an open area free from steel structuresand high voltage lines. For optimum calibration, t

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• They reappear if the condition clears then reoccurs within the sameignition ON-OFF cycle.This acts as a reminder that these warning conditions still

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LOW TIRE PRESSURE. Displayed when one or more tires on yourvehicle have low tire pressure. Refer to Inflating Your Tires in theTires, Wheels and Loadi

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OPTIONAL MESSAGE CENTER (IF EQUIPPED)With the ignition in the ON position,the message center, located on yourinstrument cluster, displaysimportant veh

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Info menuThe Info menu items are shown onthe top two lines of the messagecenter. Press the INFO control todisplay the following:• Trip odometer (Trip

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Average fuel economy (AFE)Select this function from the INFOmenu to display your average fueleconomy in miles/gallon or liters/km.If you calculate you

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Fuel UsedSelecting this function from theINFO menu. “FUEL USED XXX.XGAL” will display the fuel used sincelast reset. The information displayedwill be

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Notice to owners of pickup trucks and utility type vehiclesUtility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate thanother types of vehicles.Befo

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System checkSelecting this function from theSETUP MENU causes the messagecenter to cycle through each of thesystems being monitored. For eachof the mo

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• Press and hold the RESETcontrol for more than 2 seconds.Oil life is set to 100% and “OILCHANGE SET TO 100%” isdisplayed.Note: To change oil life 100

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1. To change the delay time of theautolamp feature, select thisfunction from the SETUP MENU.2. Press the RESET control to selectthe new Autolamp delay

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

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6. Press the RESET controlrepeatedly until the correct zonesetting for your geographic locationis displayed on the message center.The range of zone va

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4. The compass is now calibrated.Oil life Start Value1. Select this function from theSETUP control for the currentdisplay mode.2. Each press of the RE

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This acts as a reminder that these warning conditions still exist withinthe vehicle.Warning display StatusDoor ajar Warning cannot be resetCheck charg

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TIRE MONITOR FAULT. Displayed when the Tire Pressure MonitoringSystem is malfunctioning. If the warning stays on or continues to comeon, have the syst


POSITIVE RETENTION FLOOR MATDo not install additional floor mats on top of the factory installedfloor mats as they may interfere with the accelerator

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Tailgate removalYour tailgate is removable to allowmore room for loading.1. Lower the tailgate.2. Use a screwdriver to pry thespring clip (on each con

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Middle East/North Africa vehicle specific informationFor your particular global region, your vehicle may be equipped withfeatures and options that are

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To extend the cargo cage:1. Lower tailgate.2. Pull the lever on each side of thecargo cage to release it from thepickup box.3. Lift the cargo cage ove

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To remove the cargo cage:1. Extend the cargo cage.2. Pull the lever on each side of thecage to unlock it.Make sure the locking clip screwsare loose be

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To open the rear panel:• Open the lock cover and unlockthe rear panel using the Tonneaucover key.• Lift the rear panel to access itemsin the pickup bo

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Interior tonneau cover releaseYour vehicle is equipped with a mechanical interior tonneau coverrelease handle that provides a means of escape for chil

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1. To open, pull the release handlelocated on the inside of the pickupbox and lift the lid.2. To close, lower the lid and pushdown until it clicks.Pic

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LUGGAGE RACKYour vehicle is equipped with a roof rack. The maximum recommendedload is 100 lbs (44 kg), evenly distributed. If it is not possible todis

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KEYSOne key operates the door and tailgate locks and starts the vehicle. Thetonneau cover (if equipped) uses a unique key. Always carry a spare keywit

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wait 30 seconds. Note: All doors must be closed and remain closedthroughout the configuration process.1. Place the key in the ignition and turn the ig

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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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(refer to the Illuminated entry feature later in this section), if thecontrol on the overhead lamp is not set to the off position and theperimeter ala

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