I purchased a Ford F150 four-by-four off-road vehicle about a month ago. This truck has so much stuff on it. On the electronic side, it is far smarter than I am, but, of course, you do not have far to go to beat me.
The salesman gave me a rundown on all the equipment and what it does — all in about five minutes. So, by the time you drive the truck home from the dealership, you have forgotten what he said.
The one thing he did not say was that most Ford F150s have a cabin air filter that Ford states must be changed every 10,000 miles. So I looked around for this cabin air filter. It wasn’t under the hood nor under the dashboard, so I called the service department, and they faxed me a copy of where/how to change this filter.
The filter is behind the glove box. You must remove the screws holding the glove box in place. Once you remove the glove box, sure enough, there’s the filter. You should figure about 20 minutes when it comes to replacing this filter.
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