Went camping and explored a couple back roads and ran through a mud puddle a couple times for funsies.
Came back to find that adventure wrecked all 4 of my wheels. Yes, the one pic shows a chunk missing from one of the spokes.
Maybe I'll try this question in the towing section.
Picked up my travel trailer yesterday and trailer routing was turned on in Ford Sync Nav. So it annoyingly beeps every time an overpass is approaching. I used to be able to deactivate it by turning off trailer routing in FordSync Nav.
Not sure if I should put this in here or the towing section.
Picked up my travel trailer yesterday and trailer routing was turned on in Ford Sync Nav. So it annoyingly beeps every time an overpass is approaching. I used to be able to deactivate it by turning off trailer routing in FordSync...
I say this because this mid level EcoSport had a heated steering wheel and the ambient lit cupholders.
They can put that in a mid level EcoSport but not an F150 costing than twice as much? Those should be part of the 302a pkg..... Heated wheel kinda goes with a heated seats no? And I think...
Could be that's it's a titch on the nippy side.
Anyone else finding that the steering is really tight in cold weather? It's almost at the point where I'd worry if I had to make an emergency maneuver. Leaving lots of space and driving slow should alleviate that but, you never know....
Got a message from FordPass yesterday about my wifes Bronco Sport. It said "To conserve battery life, connect remote features including start / stop, lock / unlock are not available. This happens when you haven't' started your vehicle for a period of time. Simply start your vehicle and remote...
Driver and passenger windows won't respond to the door switches. Back doors windows worked fine. Tried turning off and turning on the truck a few times to reset. No difference. Did some googling but didn't see a similar issue. Any thoughts? 2022 F150 XLT approx 9,900 miles.
Looking at one of these 3.
Likely in 285/65/20 with stock wheels. Uses are 90% highway.
(work commute is 60 miles per day of freeway / highway)
Being that I live in Alberta I want something 3 peak rated that will do well one snow / ice covered highways.
I had Duratracs in the past that...
I *think* putting the truck in Sport mode default to 2WD. Not sure if you can have it in Sport mode with 4WD engaged. So what would be better for a full boost launch 4WD Hi or 2WD in Sport Mode?
Thinking wheelspin would be an issue in 2WD.
Each time I tow my trailer, I have to enter my trailer dimensions. Not sure why as it pulls up all my other settings for my trailer that I saved in that set up. Any ideas how to fix this? Anyone else encountered this?