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Hey Blake : That sounds similar to the problems i just posted with my friend's 2007. - My interpretation is that the overdrive contol module is shot. Take a look at my post and see what you think. I had another friend that had an older Ford that when the module went out, it jerked and bounced like the transmission was falling out the bottom ! - It would appear that ... Read More
Hey Guys : I don't have too much experience with the newer Fords, but I have a question on behalf of a co-worker. He has a 2007 FORD F150 5.4 TITAN, and has 145,000 miles on it. Just recently, the transmission started shifting hard both in town and on the freeway. The condition started in the high gears (3rd and overdrive), but now seems to be jerking alot all the time. ... Read More
Runs ok on straight road, but loses power when it starts to climb, even on the very slightest slope, it loses power,,,,what part of the vehicle should i look at?
At 53-55 MPH the bed of my F-150 (60K miles, short bed, 6 cyl., manual transmission) shakes so bad, emanating from the rear driver side, that it makes me sick to my stomach. So far the spend/repairs have included working on the e-brake, balancing the tires, rotating the tires and purchasing two new rear tires. The mechanic is now suggesting that the tires on the front of the vehicle are causing ... Read More
Thank you for replying. I looked at the regular cab, but I decided to go for the Super Crew this time. I have the XL. I wanted power windows, doors and mirrors. You don't see that much in the XL regular cab. The engine is very smooth, as you say. I have had it on the interstate once and it is strange when the engine is turning low revs due to ... Read More
I am having the same problems with my 2007 f-250. I just called ford customer care because my 4 wheel not engaging caused me to have an accident. They are sending to legal and I was told that before a recall on this issue can be made everyone having this issue needs to call them and complain. Their number is 1-800-392-3673. Hope this helps everyone.
I have the same problem. I just bought the truck used with 22,500 miles from a non-ford dealer with a 30 day warranty. So they took it to a ford dealer for diagnosis. They kept if for two days and took apart fuel injectors. then they replied with the truck is normal. I think their full of it and are protecting the other dealer. But I did sit in another F-150 ... Read More
i bought a 1995 f150 4x4 in 2007 it had 95,072 miles.the only thing i hate about it is that the truck is weak. It has no top end torque. It cant even do a burnout unless the road is wet. But what can you expect out of a 5.0 liter v8 302 with about 172 hp. What i like about it is that it can take you anywhere you want ... Read More
I think I can help you. I have had this problem on past vehicles. I now have a 2007 Ford F150 Crew Cab and it was doing some of the stuff you were describing. I bought a set of Bilstein heavy duty shocks for this truck. I put them on front and back and the driveability improved 100%. The shocks that were removed, you could compress with one hand very easily. ... Read More
Will a Ford F150 Bed Mat for a 2007 styleside 5.5' bed fit the new 2009 Styleside 5.5"styleside if they are both supercrew?
I have a 2007 F150 and I am having a problem with the climate control. It won't control the temp. I took it to a dealer and he tells me that the part I need is on back order and other dealers are wanting the same part. Is this a ford problem that others are experiencing?
Is anyone running into many "new" 2007 models of these trucks, and have you found ways to get great deals on them? Since Ford has pushed back 2009 deliveries until late fall/early winter to clear the huge inventory of 2008s, I would think they would accept almost any offer for 2007s
I have a 2005 F150 5.4 triton V8 w/ 46800 mi. My cousin has a 2006 5.4 F150 with 51,000 miles, My business rep has a 2007 5.4 super crew with 54,000 miles. all 3 and more I have easily tested have the same engine shake vibration at 1300 to 1800 rpm when revving in park or neutral. The vibration is very obvious and specific in all vehicles. it is harder ... Read More
Sorry I'm late, but these numbers aren't anything to write home about anyway... May 08 / May 07 / +/- / CY 2008 / CY 2007 / +/- ---------------------------------------------------------- F-Series / 42,973 / 61,939 / -30.6 / 235,924 / 290,282 / -18.7 Silverado / 37,020 / 63,790 / -42.0 / 197,030 / 265,941 / -25.9 Ram / 19,727 / 31,327 / -37.0 / 112,795 / 154,143 / -27.0 Sierra / 13,362 ... Read More
Lab88: The only way to know a "good deal" is to shop around, check prices, and be willing to make a deal. The elusive "best deal" is all up to the customer and their requirements. If you are basing your "best deal" solely on price, then shopping based only on price is your best bet. Shoot a bunch of e-mails out, call the internet managers, and tell them you will buy ... Read More
AP Feds Alert Ford Owners to Recalls Thursday February 28, 5:41 pm ET By Ken Thomas, Associated Press Writer Government Warns Ford Owners About Recalled Vehicles WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government on Thursday warned owners of about 4.6 million recalled Ford vehicles to bring their cars and trucks immediately to dealerships to disconnect cruise control switch systems that have been linked to engine fires. ADVERTISEMENT The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ... Read More
We're being offered a new 2007 4x4 F150 XLT supercrew for $23,500. The sticker is $32,153. I know it's a lot off the sticker, but these trucks obviously aren't moving. Is this the best deal we can get?
Just picked up my new truck in Las Vegas at Gaudin Ford. 2007 F-150 Lariat 4x2 Super Cab 6-1/2' Bed. NAV, sunroof, Sirius radio, Audiophile, trailer tow, reverse sensing, pwr pedals, leather captains chairs, traction control, pwr rear window, two-tone paint (Bright Red/Pueblo Gold). Here is the breakdown of the deal: MSRP: $36,285 Invoice: 33,074 My Price: 32,000 Rebates: 8,000 (Ford $5500 + 1000 FMCC + 1500 RCL Loyalty) Out the ... Read More
Chis: I bought a 2007 Harley Davidson in December with the saleen package, discounted it about 7K off MSRP and they RARELY move off those vehicles. I'd look at invoice for your truck as the starting point, then subtract the rebates or choose the financing option. Based on what I remember the invoice of that truck is likely lower than 30K, given a 33K MSRP. I'd suggest invoice is likely about ... Read More
Great post. A very good breakdown of the market. I am hoping and praying i can purchase a new F-150 and give America one more shot at producing a quality, long term vehicle. My biggest concern is that Ford is not as financially stable as GM and has not pumped the necessary cash into their products to get the quality back up. I own both a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis and ... Read More
Mr. Rube...True enough about Big3 being tougher than Tundra. I own a 1st gen. Tundra that is a total city truck; never worked an honest day in its life. Reliable as it gets, as was my 394K '85 SR5. But, I looked at the video of the 2007 Tundra crashing and smashing around on a washboard. Disgraceful. The Ford was well-controlled, as was the GM truck. Boxed frame or not, you ... Read More
Hi newtrix. Ford Credit's current 36 month base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 F-150 SuperCrew XLT 4WD with 12,000 miles per year are 3.0% and 51%, respectively. Using these numbers, an MSRP of $30,559, and a selling price of $24,743, I come up with a zero down, pre-tax monthly payment of around $305. I see that you are considering trading in one of ... Read More
Hi rdb0222. You never mentioned if the F-150 that you are interested in leasing is a Regular Cab, Super Cab, or a SuperCrew model. This matters because Ford Credit's lease program for it varies by trim level. For now I will assume that you are interested in the SuperCrew. Let me know if that is not the case. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month ... Read More
Hello all. Well, have some decent news to report. According to our friends at safercar.gov care of the Office of Defects Investigation, the following list reflects the amount of TSB's currently our there for the 2007 model year light duty pickups in order from least to most...less is better. Toyota Tundra.....5 Ford F-150..........5 Nissan Titan.........6 Dodge Ram 1500..6 Chevy Silverado 1500.....88 Yes, thats right...88 for the new, high quality GM pickups ... Read More
..............Dec 07 / Dec 06 / +/- / CY 2007 / CY 2006 / +/- ------------------------------------------------------------ F-Series / 55,069 / 70,580 / -22.0 / 690,589 / 796,039 / -13.2 Silverado / 53,560 / 52,396 / 2.2 / 618,257 / 636,069 / -2.8 Ram / 32,118 / 32,875 / -2.0 / 358,295 / 364,177 / -2.0 Sierra / 19,782 / 17,541 / 12.8 / 208,243 / 210,736 / -1.2 Tundra / 19,219 ... Read More
Hey Rube...we grew up on farms too with F 250's and Cheyenne 2500's with 454 V8's. You know as well as i do that real farm work must be done with heavy duty 3/4 tons or more. Half tons are not and never will be designed for heavy duty use. You can put as big a springs and lift kits and big tires on half tons all you want but that ... Read More
I just joined this forum and hope someone can shed some light on Ford F150 fuel economy. I've seen some replies here that sound like they come straight from Ford. I like the one that states the break in period being 18,000-20,000 miles. Hope it's true. I just bought a used F150 super crew with 19,000 miles. I've put the last thousand on myself and as it has been said I ... Read More
There is an interesting link to an audio interview at the NPR web site. An official with Consumer Reports explains why they give the 2007 Tundra a "Not Recommended" rating, along with the Camry V-6, and the Lexus GS. He says this is unusual, they usually give Toyota vehicles a "Recommended" rating. He also says it is based on surveys of ACTUAL OWNERS. So, according to CR, actual 2007 Tundra owners ... Read More
Oct 07 / Oct 06 / +/- / CY 2007 / CY 2006 / +/- ------------------------------------------------------------ F-Series /51,741 / 55,947 / -7.5 / 588,952 / 672,732 / -12.5 Silverado /48,716 / 52,409 / -10.6 / 526,575 / 539,310 / -2.4 Ram /24,711 / 28,251 / -13.0 / 301,689 / 303,476 / -1.0 Sierra /17,417 / 18,080 / -7.4 / 174,621 / 177,813 / -1.8 Tundra /17,868 / 10,046 / 71.0 / ... Read More
b2900 I had just the opposite experience as you. Bought my first Toyota 4x4 in 1985, really liked it. Based on my experience with my '85, I eagerly bought another in 1992, and after quite a few problems, WORSE quality than my 1985, factory recalls, and crummy dealer service I said not again this time around. Why should a vehicle get worse from 1985 to 1992? With 7 more years of ... Read More
I get a big laugh every time you guys talk about your domestic trucks and how great they are,i have been building houses now for 13 years,i have seen them all,drove them all,so please, tell that crap to someone else,back in 2002 we got a brand new F250 4door 8ft bed ,we put a READIND cap on it for all the tools,about 2 months down the road the bed started to ... Read More
Hi jvos. The fact that you are able to lease the F-150 that you want through Ford's X-Plan means that you are getting a good price on it. Ford Credit;s current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 F-150 SuperCab FX4 4WD with 15,000 miles per year are 3.25% and 48%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Before you start the flames, let me once again say that I've owned 2 Toyotas, 1 of which was really good (1985) and one of which was mediocre at best (1992). But at least they both had relatively beefy fully boxed frames considering they were "mini-trucks". The riveted c-channel Tundra frame is a huge step backward. Why would Toyota do that? To save on cost maybe? I dunno, but it's a ... Read More
...........Aug 07 / Aug 06 / +/- / CY 2007 / CY 2006 / +/- --------------------------------------------------------- F-Series...69,220 / 76,804 / -9.9 / 481,146 / 545,963 / -11.9 Silverado..67,486 / 51,185 / 31.8 / 425,379 / 434,937 / -2.2 Ram........32,309 / 34,177 / -5.0 / 246,878 / 250,144 / -1.0 Sierra.....23,574 / 17,564 / 34.2 / 138,759 / 142,129 / -2.4 Tundra.....18,919 / 11,173 / 69.3 / 124,909 / 78,916 / 57.5 ... Read More
Hi Dave. I haven't seen the specific advertisement that you mentioned, but generally speaking savvy consumers who are in areas that have a decent level of competition are usually able to beat manufacturers' advertised lease payments by comparison shopping a little bit. Ford is currently running an owner loyalty promotion on the truck that you are interested in. Specifically, it is providing $1,500 loyalty cash to current Ford owners and lessees ... Read More
Hi inzax. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Ford F-150 Supercrew FX-4 with 10,500 miles per year are 3.0% and 51%, respectively. As you can see, Ford Credit publishes lease rates instead of money factors for the vehicles that it leases. You can convert its published lease rates into approximate money factor equivalents by dividing them by 2400. When negotiating ... Read More
Hi 8bowtie3. I don't believe that Ford Credit provides information on its lease program directly to the general public. Its current base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 F-150 Super Crew FX4 with 12,000 miles per year are 1.25% and 54%, respectively. the numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are 4.25% and 49%. The numbers for a 48 month lease are 5.75% ... Read More
I have been a Ford fan and customer for 40+ years.....but that has/is changing. My 2002 F150 Lariat Supercrew with 66,250 miles spit out a spark plug while I was on vacation. Luck had it that it happened at a start up and not while under way in traffic, which would have seriously endangered my family; not to mention the fire hazard. The servicing dealer (not my home dealer) and Ford ... Read More
Yes, I have some help and advice for you.....as soon as it is repaired, trade it in while it is running and buy a gas engine version of the F-250 or a F-150 with the Triton engine. We had two Ford F-250's. The first was a '99 with the 7.3. We had next to no problems with that truck. We made our big mistake in October 2004 buying a 6.0 F-250 ... Read More
Ah ha, jbd2. I guess that I should have read ahead. Here's the 24 month, 12,000 mile per year data that you're interested in. Ford Credit's current 24 month, 12,000 mile per year base lease rate and residual value for the 2007 F-150 SuperCab XLT 4WD are 1.5% and 58%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2007 F-150 SuperCrew XLT 4WD are 0.75% and 60%. The numbers ... Read More
I have a 2002 F150 Lariet Supercrew with 66,250 miles. While on vacation a couple of weeks ago it blew a spark plug out of the head. This occured, not while driving, but when the truck was started. It could have been a very serious situation if it had happened at speed in traffic. Not to mention the potential for fire. Both the servicing dealer (not my home dealer) and Ford ... Read More
I'm sorry to hear about your situation with your new F-150. Ford is committed to repairing your vehicle. I'd recommend that you work with your dealer's service manager to get your concern resolved. If you need further assistance from Ford, please call the Customer Relationship Center at 800-392-FORD (3673). They would be in the best position to assist you further.
Just test drove a 2007 F150 XLT Supercab. Liked most of what I saw. A little concerned about support of drivers seat. The back was too flat and I felt like I was going to slide to one side or the other during turns. Anyone have a similar problem. Did you get use to the seat?
To:cptchetco "You are a funny guy" How does it not matter when your comparing a F-250's Load rating,Tow capacity, to a 1/2 ton Tundra and Silverado/Sierra? I'm still laughing! Can i use the GMC-TOPKICK for the comparison then? lol.......... Also the 2007 Motor Trend Truck of the year> Silverado (1/2)Ton gets better milage with a class leading 367-HP engine then a "COMPARABLY EQUIPPED" 2007 Ford F-150! And ride quality the Silverado/Sierra ... Read More
True but misleading. While Ford offers that 3050 payload package, very few are sold thusly equipped. By far most F-150s sold have an under 2K payload. Also, at 8200 GVW, it hardly qualifies as a "1/2-ton," at least not as they are commonly known today. Bob
Greetings jbd2. Unfortunately, I am not aware of any web site that provides accurate information on manufacturers' current lease programs to the general public. I can help you out though. These trucks' lease programs vary by term and mileage allowance. For now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles per year. Let me know if you want something different. Ford Credit's current 36 ... Read More
No problem, ies3343. Through April 2nd, Ford Credit's base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 F-150 SuperCab FX-4 4WD with 15,000 miles per year are 1.5% and 41%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
I recently purchased a 2004 F-150 Supercrew Lariat (New Body Style). The stock radio includes the in-dash 6 CD changer with what I beleive is Ford's "Premium Sound" package (loose term here). I want to connect an external XM radio tuner that is connected to to my existing radio. I am talking about an XM tuner without controls that is mounted in the glove box or under a seat (out of ... Read More
Thanks for the info Car_Man, if I may ask what is the residual value and interest rate/money factor that lease price is based on for the 2007 F-150 FX-4 and when do the current lease offers expire..Thanks Again...
No problem, jackatkc. While Ford is providing $3,000 customer cash on the 2007 F-150, I believe that only $2,500 is available on leases of it through Ford Credit. I would be happy to estimate what your lease payment would be like on this truck right now, but in order for me to do so I need you to provide me with its full MSRP. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Hi lisa765. I am not familiar with the advertised lease payment that you mentioned, but I can give you an idea of what this truck's current lease program is like. Ford Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 F-150 SuperCab XLT 4WD with 10,500 miles per year are 1.5% and 52%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this truck, make ... Read More
Hello ies3343. In most areas, Ford is offering $2,500 lease cash on the 2007 F-150 right now. If you were able to get this truck for dealer invoice minus this lease cash, its capitalized cost would be around $32,597. Using this price and an MSRP of $38,376, I estimate that this truck's 35 month, 15,000 mile per year, zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $443. Car_man Host Prices Paid ... Read More
Here's a sample payment on the other truck that you're interested in, jbd2. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT 4WD that has an MSRP of $32,235 and a selling price of $28,358 (great price, dealer invoice minus incentives), through Ford Credit right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $338. Car_man ... Read More
You're very welcome, jbd2. I don't have the calculations written out, I created my own lease calculator in Excel and use that to quickly work up payments for community members. You can see how lease payments are calculated by reading the following article: Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Does anyone have any of the details behind the $249 a month (36 month term) with $1999 due at lease signing on these vehicles? I live in Indiana if that matters. If no one knows the details, then does anyone know what Ford uses for the residual value and lease rate on this vehicle. I am interested in the lowest mileage option (10,500 miles). Thanks in advance for any info.
CORRECTION: that was a new 2007 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4 Supercab, not Supecrew.
Just bought a new 2007 F-150 XLT 4X4 Supercrew. Options... 5.4 L engine Towing package Adjustable pedals Black platform running boards Electronic shift on the fly sliding rear window Fog lamps Keyless entry 35.7 gal fuel tank Prem cloth captains chairs Sat radio (6-months) MSRP: $33,340 Price Paid before tax + trade-in: $26,661 Dealer: Scarsdale Ford, Scarsdale, NY) Price paid included $3000 factory rebate and additional $1000 invitational rebate direct from ... Read More
Car Man: I am looking at a 2007 F-150 Supercrew 4x4 FX-4 with a MSRP of $38,376 and invoice of $35,097. It looks like Ford is offering $3000 lease cash under program #11246. What would the lease payments be assuming the above information is correct on a 36 month lease at 15,000 miles per year figured on a purchase price of $33,000..Thanks for your help
also could you figure this truck also: 2007 f150 supercrew xlt 4x4 msrp 36235 (minus 1000 tow and go rebate) selling price 32358(invoice) rcl rebate 2500 college rebate 500 aqha rebate 500 auto show rebate 500 sign and drive no money down
wow thanks for the fast response. could you include the calculations that you came up with. i want to be prepared when i turn my truck in next month. i know they'll try to get me some for some extra fees and stuff. thanks jbd2
I would be happy to work up a sample lease payment on this truck for you, jbd2. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Ford F-150 Super Cab XLT 4WD that has an MSRP of $34,020 and an amazing selling price of $25,614 after rebates through Ford Credit right now for 24 months with 12,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around ... Read More
hello, i was wondering if you could help me out with a monthly price for this vehicle? 2007 f150 xlt supercab 4x4 msrp 34020 negociated price 30364(invoice) rcl rebate -2500 rcl rebate -750 college program -500 american quarter horse assoc. -500 auto show rebate -500 i am a returning red carpet leasee 24 month lease no money down with 12000 miles a year
Here are some spec's for the Fullsize truck class for 2007. Ford F150 300hp/365 lbft tor. 9500 lb towing capacity Chevy Silverado 315hp/ 338 lbft tor. 10,500 lb towing capacity Dodge Ram 345hp/375 lbft tor. 9000 lb towing capacity Toyota Tundra 381hp/405 lbft tor. 10,800 lb towing capacity Nissan Titan 317hp/ 385 lbft tor. 9500 lb towing capacity Payload capacities Ford F150(4x2) 2090 lbs Chevy Silverado (4x2) 2150 lbs Dodge Ram ... Read More
The Ford F-150 has been the best selling pick up for the last 20-somthing years, but for 2007 there is some stiff competition from the Generals re-designed Silverado and Sierra, the new Toyota Tundra, Dodge Ram and the Nissan Titan...can Ford hold on to that title?? What do you guys think?? * I didn’t include the Honda Ridgeline, well because I was talking about real trucks, not a FWD “truck” disguised ... Read More
Car_man, I currently have an F-150 lease and it is up on Jan 2, 2007. The end date for early termination is Dec 31,2006. Do you think that I would be able to get Ford to stretch the date just by 2 days? Also, has anybody ever had luck with this before? I had a truck lined up and excellent payments but as we were signing papers the dealer realized their ... Read More
Check out the 2007 Ford F-250 and F-350 Superduty. What is going on inside of Ford? The headlights are ( straight shout out from a Ford truck enthusiast and superduty owner ), UGLY! The rear end is like an F-150 with the Ford oval in the middle. The tail lights have been turned so the reverse light is on top. That is something a Japanese car company would do. Where does ... Read More
OK, first off the deisel F-150 will be available at Ford dealers this year. It will be a 2007 model year vehicle released around August or September of 2006. So if you are waiting for the deisel wait just a few more months. No idea as to the cost on the deisel option.
I think most of the american auto makers are waiting for the cleaner deisel fuel coming in 2007. That will help with the emissions. I know you mentioned ford but I have owned three 6.2 chevy deisels and I was pretty happy with them. The newer deisel's are fighting the horse power war. I would like to see them fight the miles per gallon war.
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