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  1. Dash cam options?

    I'm also looking for a good dash cam. I just returned a defective Nextbase 322GW to Bestbuy that broke ten days after I bought it. One of the things I didn't like about it - in addition to the chintzy on/off switch that broke - was the poor (IMO) low light sensitivity and lack of a built-in...
  2. Has anyone driven 21 w/5.0L, is there a dash indicator for the cylinder deactivation?

    Speaking only for myself, I can say that I'm not "hostile" about cylinder deactivation per se at all. It's Ford's engine and they can do with it whatever they want. (For all I know, years from now it may end up being deemed a well-engineered, economically and environmentally worthwhile...
  3. Need some engine input

    If I hadn't been misled by Ford documents and misinformed by Ford agents regarding the implementation of cylinder deactivation in the 2021 Coyote 5.0L V8 engine, I would've held out for the 3.5L Ecoboost. I would go with it if I were you.
  4. Has anyone driven 21 w/5.0L, is there a dash indicator for the cylinder deactivation?

    And (unlike the case for Chevy and Dodge trucks for example) there is also no mention of it in the 2021 F150 spec. sheet or on the build page. How could any reputable company not mention it in such an otherwise detailed spec. sheet? I also called the Ford customer service telephone number and...
  5. Is Ford's failure to mention the "Variable Engine Displacement" feature (of new V8 engines) on window stickers and spec sheets an act of "deception"?

    I recently bought a 2021 F150 (with the V8 engine) and I'm irritated to find out after the fact that I wasn't made aware of the new-for-2021 cylinder deactivation feature of this engine. Whether or not it turns out to negatively affect reliability (or anything else) or not, I feel that Ford...
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