Ford Motor Company’s F-Series trucks are among the most popular pickup trucks on the road today—the F-150 began its continuous run as the nation’s best-selling vehicle of any type in 1983. In its truck division, Ford has also produced cargo-oriented panel and sedan delivery wagons, full-size passenger and cargo vans, and SUVs.
The Ford Super Duty engine offers up to 440 horsepower and 860 pounds per foot of torque. Available in the Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450 models, the Super Duty engine delivers first-rate towing and hauling abilities while smoothly shifting through a six-speed automatic transmission.
When your Ford Truck begins performing less than optimally, you’ll likely know it, even if you want to ignore the symptoms. Giving our shop a clear picture of the issues you’re experiencing with your Ford Truck can help us pinpoint work that needs to be done to your vehicle. Here’s what to look for:
- Unusual sounds, odors, leaks, warning lights, or smoke – Where is the sound/odor/etc. coming from? When does it happen (i.e. when the engine is running or cold, when you’re accelerating, braking, turning, or going at a certain speed)?
- Problems in handling or braking – Do you feel vibrations in the steering column or the brake pedal? Does the steering pull to the right or the left? Are your tires wearing unevenly?
- Changes in Performance – Has your engine performance decreased? Is your fuel economy falling? Do you regularly have to add coolant or oil? Are belts or hoses wearing out faster than they should?
If you’re experiencing any of these issues with your Ford Truck, our skilled mechanics can help pinpoint the problem and take care of the repairs you need to get back on the road in a safe and reliable vehicle.
Bring Your Ford Truck to E.L.M. Repair & Refrigeration Inc
If you drive a Ford Truck in the Edgar area, simply stop by our shop, give us a call, or request an appointment online, and our friendly team of automotive professionals will be happy to help you and your car in every way we can.