Thumba up for the no sun roof. I know it’s personally preference but I’m with you.Bought on June 23, haven't done much except forscan and running around town. 1,400 miles so far. I saw yesterday I was filling up just twice a month!
Happy with all the toys, Platinum but no sunroof. FX4.
FORScan mod for recognizing the 48-gallon Titan tank...I just added the titan 48 gallon tank. Next looking to add Forscan and need to do my homework on it before I make the leap. I am sure the board will be very helpful.
I’m not a fan of Goodyear tires myself. Much prefer the Michelin’s too.FORScan mod for recognizing the 48-gallon Titan tank...I just added the titan 48 gallon tank. Next looking to add Forscan and need to do my homework on it before I make the leap. I am sure the board will be very helpful.
Change Fuel Tank Size
Original Value: 6003 D900 0067
Changed Value: xxx7 19xx xxxx
3D9 = 26 gallon
719 = 48 gallon
x's are unchanged values
If I did my truck over again I would have had LINE-X do my spray in bed liner instead of the dealership. I also would have taken off the P rated tires right away and replaced with LT rated tires, instead of waiting for the inevitable flat tire off roading in Ontario with P rated tires. Sort of a joke to label the truck FX4 Off Road with skid plates and have P rated tires--FX4 should come standard with LT rated tires.
The perimeter alarm is my big issue! Seems like a great system but I usually travel with my dogs and if I lock the truck without going into settings EVERY SINGLE TIME as soon as I get into a store or restaurant the Fordpass app goes off. Why in the world can I not set perimeter as default instead of all alarms?Yep we get the Michelins for ride and fuel economy, our spare however is a wrangler Goodyear, lol.
The oniy thing that bugs me a little is the sensitivity on the ford perimeter alarm sets itself off all the time, do not know how to change that.
2019 Lariat 4x4 5'5" bed, every bell and whistle except tow mirrors.(wish it had them), and moonroof(could care less it has that). Around 1200 miles, getting 25.8 average on first official fuel run after the dealer tank.. Feels like such an upgrade from my 2016 Lariat 2.7L 20.1 mpg average truck.
For those that have hand calculated enough times and done so consistently, there is a way to modify/correct what your instrument panel display is providing for mpg's to align to your hand calculated numbers --> https://www.f150forum.com/f118/fix-inaccurate-mpg-display-2-minutes-421912/Are y’all calculating the mpg yourself or looking at the system to calculate? I ask since the system is telling me around 21.5 in the day to day drive and I was super disappointed but when I ran the miles by how much I put in my tank during the full up I am pulling closer to 25.5. Which I am pleased with considering my ‘06 f150 was barely getting 17 mpg on the best of days.