Category: F150 Electronics & Audio

2015 Ford F-150: How Would You Build It?


Yes, I built a $62,530 truck. It’s not difficult to get a truck in the $50,000 plus range. That’s why the number one luxury vehicle on sale in the country is the Ford F-150.

  Comments | By - December 16, 2014

New Ford F-150 Offers Parallel Parking for Dummies

2015 F-150 Active Park Assist

Good news! Help is on the way for drivers who¬†can’t parallel park a pickup properly. In the very near future, the parking challenged can find their salvation in the all-new Ford F-150. Yes, it’s true, “Active Assist Parking” is now an option. No longer will they be destined to trash bumpers, park on the curb […] More »

  Comments | By - October 14, 2014

F150: BrandMotion’s BlueConnect Hands Free Bluetooth Phone System

Author: Ken Payne Brandmotion’s BlueConnect Bluetooth phone system gives the F-150 and other rail-port equipped vehicles (F-150, Lincoln Mark LT, Buick Terraza, Chevrolet Uplander, Pontiac SV6 and Saturn Relay, Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan) voice activated convenience and hands-free safety with OEM looks. Additionally, they have a unit which works with standard […] More »

  Comments | By - February 2, 2007

Review: Magellan Integrated Ford F150 Navigation System

Author: Ken Payne   This is part two in a series of articles reviewing the use and installation of a Magellan Ford F150 navigation system. Part one, the installation procedure, can be found by clicking here. One of the features I like about the unit is that it looks like it belongs on the truck, […] More »

  Comments | By - September 7, 2006

Installing A Magellan Integrated Ford F150 Navigation System

Author: Ken Payne   This is part one in a series of articles detailing the installation and use of a Magellan Integrated Ford F-150 navigation system in our Roush F-150 project truck. We’ll leave the details of this system’s features and use for a later article and concentrate on the installation procedure first. Illustration 1: […] More »

  Comments | By - August 7, 2006

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