Ford F-250 & F-350 How To: Replace Your Power Steering Fluid
The fluids in your F-series keeps your truck going during the long work day or even just to get your toys back and forth to your next vacation spot.
Several places, including the latest Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) report, suggest that aluminum is more expensive to repair than steel, and will also mean insurance rates will be higher. Ford counters with their own numbers. The key here is Ford’s data comes from a much larger sample size, which matters.
There has been quite a lot of talk in regards to Ford going to an all aluminum body for the new F-150. Everyone has weighed in on the situation at least one time or another.
We know the 2015 Ford F-150 has an aluminum body. We know the prices for its body parts are more or less what they were for the 2014 model year. We still don’t know what insurance rates for the trucks will ultimately be, though.
Switching to aluminum for the body of the 2015 Ford F-150 was a bold choice for the company. It also required retooling, new manufacturing processes, and new ways to cut costs.