Question about 2006 Ford F-150
Mfgr recommendations are 100K, but at 60K the plugs should be changed ( follow the spark plug TSB 08-7-6 exactly, else chance a broken plug and needing it drilled out ) . The plugs start to look in bad shape around 60K miles ( anode starts to round off ).
Usually by 35K to 50K miles the O2 sensors are starting to read a little off, which can affect drive-ability. Best to replace them, this are listed as no service required, else Ford would have to cover them under warranty ( could cost Ford quite a bit ).
Fuel Filter I do every 20K-25K miles, same for Trans fluid & filter ( filter can be back flushed, but I drop the pan and replace ).
Those are the big items I can think of, and they do not follow the mfgr's recommended schedule, so take it with a grain of salt.
Posted on May 12, 2010
Hello... If its a 2006 F-150... It is not recommended for at least 100,000 miles... Depending on the engine it has in it....
Posted on May 11, 2010
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