Thanks in advance for your suggestions. Welcome to your best source of information for automotive and light truck oil and fluid capacities. The coolant should be diluted with distilled water to a 50:50 ratio. This is a great site Yep, it's 6 quarts. I run 5W20 in my 2005, and expect it will do fine as well. I was thinking that the oil fill cap on engine says 5-20 but I'm not sure. The 2005 Ford F-150 with a V-8 4.
If your vehicle was originally charged with R12 refrigerant, for example, the oil type specified, 'mineral', will not apply. The '02 originaly called for 10W30 and was later approved for 5W20. The oil filter should be changed every 25,000 miles. Tons of oil info in the Oil and Lube forum if you care to visit. When changing the oil, 10 pound-feet of torque were required to open the drain plug.
Based on your info, I see you are in Ohio. They changed the oil before I picked it up that day, it had 16,100 miles on it then. I'll probably go with the Motorcraft oil and filter. When changing the oil, 10 pound-feet of torque were required to remove the drain plug. When changing the oil, the drain plug requires 17 pound-feet of torque. I didnt recieve the owners or service manual with it but I'll get them soon.
In 2004, it became the first truck to provide a rear-hinged access panel to allow easy entry into behind-seat storage for Regular Cab trims. The owner's manual of every Ford truck includes the specifications for the various fluids the truck requires, and the 2005 Ford F-150 pickup is no exception. This link also has a vintage vehicle lookup, along with a power sports oil and filter guide. Here is your best source for car and truck fluid capacity and oil specifications. Funny thing I've noticed, I was at Wallyworld a few days ago and noticed they did'nt have much Motorcraft stuff. I bought it about 6 months ago from a car lot here in town.
It almost has 21000 on it now,also,what wieght of oil should I go with? The information provided herein is a reference provided to you at no charge. As far as choice of oil, well, I think you could use 10W30 or 5W20. Hi Guys and Gals, I'm sort of new here well at posting anyway, been lurking here for a few years. Your winters are colder than mine here in Alabama, so certainly 5W20 in the winter would be good. Amsoil recommended 0W-20 motor oil for maximum performance and 5W-20 for normal performance. Another question is, will the 6 quarts put it on the full mark or in between full and add? Simply click on the button below, and then follow the directions to prepare a complete and printable list of filters and fluid capacities for your vehicle.
Amsoil recommended 0W-20 motor oil for maximum performance, or 5W-20 for general performance. The fuel filter should be replaced every 25,000 miles. Amsoil recommends using 0W-20 motor oil for maximum performance and 5W-20 oil for general performance. Did'nt they used to carry a lot of this stuff? No more frustrating and fruitless time spent in the owner' s manual. . They are both fine choices. You should always attempt to verify the information with your vehicle manual or information provided on the underhood stick, sometimes also located on the top of the accumulator.
I like Havoline or Chevron Supreme. The Motorcraft is a fine oil also. Ford recommends that Motorcraft Premium Gold Engine Coolant which is yellow in color for the radiator and cooling system of all F-150 engines. The 2000 F-150 with a 4. The 2010 Ford F-150, with a V-8 4. Sold it at almost 170,000 and it ran like new, burned no oil, and the valve train was clean as could be.
My question was how much oil would i need to buy to do my first oil change in my 02 f150 it is bone stock no mods yet. The filter needed to be changed every 25,000 miles. Refrigerant and oil capacity guides are based on data provided by sources such as AllData and Mitchell. I ran 10W30 exclusively in my 2000. Thanks guys, that sounds about right. . .
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