The wiki, being an unofficial record, doesn't break Lightning out seperate and has it as just "F-150".
But I recommend you just stop trying to figure it out. Ford updates are like Who's Line Is It...
Lightning and MachE had 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3
But even if that's not the case, it isn't an issue. Power Up updates are not necessarily sequential. 3.5.2 could update something totally different from what is in 3.1.
From the beginning: Lots of people (including me) got 1.6 before 1.4.
The first 3 years isn't free. But it is included in the price of the package. You won't pay anything extra until after 3 years.
Only 21 Job1s got 1 free year due to the delay of the OTA update. Our package did not include the subscription fee.
That is the preference you selected. Turning off Automatic updates prompts you to select when to install. It doesn't stop downloads. But if you ignore it the update will eventually go away.
Anyway as another data point, I got my update for this in June.
iOS has supported the feature since 2019.
It's up to Google to add it to their iOS apps. Which they may never do because typical Google... they love to buy companies and let them rot for a few years with no major changes before shutting them down. They've already moved some of the major Waze...
I've noticed that a little shake I will occasionally mistake for a rough shift but is actually just ICE ignition. I figured it out when I've watched it happen and there was no shift before or after. Ive also noticed the RPM guage going to zero in EV mode or up on ignition is slightly delayed...
I had it happen twice but I'm not sure if it's a truck issue or just a passing audio glitch from the source.
See I don't even need to do anything with the truck to fix it... When it's happened it's always been with Apple Music through wireless CarPlay. And I've been able to fix it by playing...
It's a bit of semantics because both systems use the same camera to detect lane lines and provide steering input. Blame confusing Ford branding.
In theory Lane Centering would never get into a situation where it's crossing the lane lanes and needs to vibrate your wheel. Although if it does...
Lane Keeping is not Lane Centering or BlueCruise
They are different systems with different purposes. Adjusting Lane Keeping settings do not change how BlueCruise behaves.
Lane Keeping is only active when you are driving yourself with BC/ACC off. It's purpose is to nudge you back away from the...
In general, no.
Neither Adaptive Cruise or Pre Collision Assist are designed to detect animals.
That doesn't mean that it couldn't have seen the deer and "thought" it was something else and hit the brakes. It does mean that you shouldn't expect it to behave the same for the next deer.
It really depends on the situation. Per the limitations in the manual (https://www.fordservicecontent.com/Ford_Content/vdirsnet/OwnerManual/Home/Content?variantid=7320&languageCode=en&countryCode=USA&Uid=G2173904&ProcUid=G2187768&userMarket=USA&div=f&vFilteringEnabled=False) it may not be able...
It sounds like they are talking about something that happened 21 years ago so it's probably not possible to go back to that tech.
And even if they were not wrong it's probably not relevant to a Ford built in 2022.
No he has a Powerboost.
Per the manual if you do low speed or short distance driving you still follow the OLM for oil changes.
It doesn't specify exaxtly what it uses but it does say to expect the Oil Change Required message at different intervals depending on a few general criteria: